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What is an agile epic?
An epic is a large body of work that can be broken down into a number of smaller stories, or sometimes called “Issues” in Jira. Epics often encompass multiple teams, on multiple projects, and can even be tracked on multiple boards.
Epics are almost always delivered over a set of sprints. As a team learns more about an epic through development and customer feedback, user stories will be added and removed as necessary. That’s the key with agile epics: Scope is flexible, based on customer feedback and team cadence.
Agile epic example
Let’s say it’s 2050 and we work for a recreational space-travel organization. We do about a dozen launches a year, so each launch isn’t the single biggest thing we do in a year, but it’s still far from routine and will take many person-hours to complete. That sizing is just right for an epic.
An example epic, “March 2050 Space Tourism Launch” includes stories for routine work items as well as stories aimed to improve key aspects of the shuttle launch, from customers buying space travel tickets to the launch of the rocket itself. As such, multiple teams will contribute to this epic by working on a wide range of stories.
The software team supporting the purchasing of tickets for the March 2050 launch might structure their epic as so:
|Epic: March 2050 Launch|
|Story: Update date range to include March 2050 Launch dates.||Story: Reduce load time for requested flight listings to < 0.45 seconds||Story: Promote Saturn Summer Sale on confirm page for First Class bookings.|
Concurrently, the propulsion teams might contribute to the same epic with these stories:
|Epic: March 2050 Launch|
|Story: Keep fuel tanks PSI > 250 PPM on launch||Story: Reduce overall fuel consumption by 1%.||Story: Hire new propulsion engineer to replace Gary. #garygate2050|
Understanding epics within a complete agile program
An epic should give the development team everything they need to be successful. From a practical perspective, it’s the top-tier of their work hierarchy. However, understanding how an epic relates to other agile structures provides important context for the daily dev work.
- A product roadmap is a plan of action for how a product or solution will evolve over time.
- A theme is an organization goal that drive the creation of epics and initiatives.
- The product roadmap is expressed and visualized as a set of initiatives plotted along a timeline.
- Breaking initiatives into epics helps keep the team’s daily work — expressed in smaller stories — connected to overall business goals.
A set of completed epics drives a specific initiative, which keeps the overall product developing and evolving with market and customer demands on top of organizational themes.
From our example above, a theme would be increasing space shuttle launches, the roadmap would track towards increasing launches from 3 per quarter to 4, the initiatives would be to drive down costs and increase ticket sales, and each epic would roll up into the initiatives.