Implementations of agile and Scrum typically employ user stories as the primary method for discovering requirements. User stories provide the mechanism for the fast, flexible flow of ideas into completed increments of software. What's missing is a practical approach to discovering user stories from top-down, business valued, and prioritized capabilities. Guy Beaver shares proven approaches to allow a project-driven organization to transition to business features that can be predictably estimated and planned for release. The stories unfolded from business features have clear line-of-sight to business goals and allow for the timely discovery and management of technical considerations. Learn how to create release plans that maximize business value while minimizing waste, how to drive accurate enterprise release plan estimates with story point velocity, the Lean way to unfold user stories, and how to account for technical constraints in your release planning.