Agility means setting realistic goals. Iterations create transparency. At the same time, they minimize risks and prevent undesirable developments. But. Agile development processes in particular need clear definitions. Backlogs. User stories. Increments. No matter how you call the child by name. Scrum artifacts are just a reminder. Vehicles that have to be filled with content, otherwise they don’t make sense. Better planning, best results.

Who? What? Why?

A good user story answers all the important questions. And creates a common understanding. For the product owner and the development team. So that in the end a solution is created that corresponds exactly to the definitions. Feature finished. Code ready. No mistakes. Ready for takeover into the production environment. Definition of Done.