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Scope creep and creepy stories?

Scope creep is uncontrolled change in the scope of work, with other project constraints staying in place as initially estimated. It tends to be a concept that mostly applies to predictive styles of ...
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Scope creep and creepy stories?

TL;DR "Creepy stories" are not going to be understood by anyone outside your company as anything other than scary fairy tales or novels. This is not a term of art within project management ...
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Scope creep and creepy stories?

Scope creep means uncontrolled change. That doesn't seem to apply to your situation because the PO approved the change. Adding new stories that impact the sprint goal may be an indication that sprints ...
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Scope creep and creepy stories?

I agree with most answers but it seems that the question itself is addressing the symptom, not the disease. You mention you'd like to identify the items that are scope creep. That's fine. But why do ...
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Scope creep and creepy stories?

In Agile and Scrum methodologies, the term "creep" is commonly used to refer to scope creep or feature creep. It refers to the gradual expansion or addition of requirements, features, or ...
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