Simply: Sprint planning, we do not have well described user stories and we need to create tasks (since we do PoC-like module, technology remain somewhat unknown). Should a team either:
- Create big tasks that cover teams capacity completely. Then tasks in our view are not defined well. or
- Create short but incomplete list of small tasks that can be started at the beginning of the sprint. Later on we add consecutive tasks that will emerge naturally. Then our initial workload is only 1/3 of our capacity.
ADDED: We are lacking domain knowledge and PO needs a couple of weeks to work it out. I just want to know that if it is okay to start the sprint with incomplete list of tasks for the whole sprint (we have user stories, but things change very rapidly during the sprint).
Which one is a pragmatic Scrum standard or just better in terms of your experience?