Scrum is to agile as Kleenex is to facial tissues. There are many agile frameworks. Use the ones that best fit your context.
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This lightly edited excerpt from Beyond Requirements:Analysis with an Agile Mindset describes a typical approach to analysis in software product development where teams exhibit an agile mindset. It places into context most of the techniques described in the technique briefs on the site. This approach to analysis happens in four steps.
Agile is not a methodology, it’s a mindset. When you adopt the mindset of focusing on outcomes and learning, you’re going to be a better product person.
Business analysts are product people too. Understanding product management techniques can definitely help you grow your business analyst career.
I explain why you want to split user stories and provide some references on how to do it. After all, Epics are for customers, user stories are for the team.