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Episode 9: ✍🏾 How to Write an EPIC Epic!

The answer to Russell's question: "What makes for a well written epic?"

 
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🍻 Join us for happy hour in your sweatpants! In this episode, we answer Russell's question, "What makes for a well written epic?"! Era and Ajay are here to provide a non-filtered primer on what an epic is, the components of a typical epic, and how to write a good one.

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✍🏾 Show Notes

4:35 What is an Epic

8:10 3 main parts of an Epic

10:40 A real Epic use case

12:55 Characteristics of a well written Epic

15:27 How to decide Epic scope

20:32 Cool Product Thing: iPhone Pro line evolution (14 Pro)


📚 Resources referenced in this episode

Where Epics fit in organizationally. We stole this graphic from a great Atlassian article


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