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During the Sprint, everyone should do their task. Who should make sure that it happens? The Product Owner The Development Team The Project Manager The Scrum Master.
That criteria should be taken into account to define the Sprint Length? Short enough to keep the business acceptable to the Product Owner Short enough to be able to synchronize the development work with other business event No more than one month All of these answers are correct.
The Product Owner has several responsabilities. Which is NOT a Product Owner's responsibility? Facilitate the Daily Scrum meeting Determine and detail the product features and work closely with stakeholders Gather requirements for Product Backlog items Inspect the product incrment during the Sprint Review.
One of key Product Owner responsibilities is to order the Product Backlog items correcty. How should he/she do this? Alphabetically first and then by business value Grouped by business features first and then chronologically by date of original business requester Prioritized by business importance first: the items the result in biggest ROI must be priotitized first. Chronologically by date of original business requester first and the business value.
Which of following is NOT a role in the Scrum framework? Development Team System Analyst Product Owner Scrum Master.
A Sprint could be canceled before the Sprint timebox ends. Which of the following is an acceptable reason for that? When it becomes clear that not everything be completed at the end of the Sprint When the sales department has an important new opportunity When the Development Team feels thet the work is too hard When the Sprint Goal becomes obsolete.
There are three teams working on the same product. How many Product Backlogs should be maintained in thes scenário? Three. Onte for each team Just one for all Teams As many as possible No Product Backlog is needed.
The Product Owner can't change Product Backlog Items the are being developed during the Sprint. Why is this Scrum rule? The Development Team cannot meet their Sprint commitment to complete work if requirements are changing A Sprint cycle is not enough time for senior management to review and approve changes This forces Product Owners to focus on what is really important for the team to develop The Development Team must be able to limit the Product Owner authority.
Scrum has a few official artifacts. Which two of the following are not Scrum artifact? User Stories and Product Backlog Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog User Stories and Definition is Ready Softwere Incremental and Sprint Backlog.
During the Sprint, can a development team member become owner of a Sprint Backlog item? No. The Sprint Backlog and all items are a collectivety owner by the Development Team, even if they are being worked on by a specific member Yes, it can happen during the Daily Scrum Yes, but ir has to be done during the sprint planning meeting No, Scrum does not have defined responsibilities.
Which of the following statements best explain the purpose of Sprint in Scrum? A Sprint is a specific amount of days for a team to analyze and develop requirements A Sprint is a especific amount of days for a team to turn the selected Product Backlog items into a product increment, at a sustainable pace A Sprint is a timebox to select Product Backlog items and turn the into complete products A Sprint is an optional event in Scrum.
The start of new Sprint should be postponed when: The Product Owner has not created a Sprint Goal The QA team needs more time to test the items in the current Sprint The director is not satisfied with the increment produced in the previous Sprint The Product Owner has not prepared enough items in accordance with the "definition os ready" Never. A sprint start immediatelly after end of the previous Sprint.
Which of the following is a Scrum event? Sprint Review, Daily Scrum, Sprint Planning Daily Scrum, Management Inspection, Sprint Planning Management Inspection, Daily Scrum, Done Definition Sprint Planning, Management Inspection, Ready Definition.
A Product Owner needs to maintain a "healthy" product backlog. What is true about the Product Backlog items? Undefined items or with fewer details should be placed in the Product Backlog with low priority Before they are added to the product backlog, the items should work on the requirements and design phases Undefined items or with fewer details should not be placed in the product backlog All product backlog items should not have level of detail (just enough for the development team to understand it).
There are a lot of misundestandings about official events in Scrum. Given the options below what is required by Scrum? Release Planning Definition os Ready Sprint / Release burndown chart Daily Scrum have to be held front a Scrum board Sprint Review All events above are required by Scrum.
In some circumstances, it is possible to maintain more then one Product Backlog. Which of the following is one of these? When there are several Product Owners for the same product, each one with its own Product Backlog When there are multiples independent teams working on several independent products. Each combination of product and team will have their own Product Backlog When the product is too big. A product baklog that is too big is unmanageable Teams should preferably be organized into feature teams, and each team must have its own Product Backlog.
The Development Team is responsible for pulling Product Backlog to the Sprint Backlog. Who decides whether the developmant team pulled enough work? The Development Team The Product Owner The Scrum Team The Project Manager.
The Product Owner has a lot of responsibilities. Given the option below, which one is not a Product Owner responsibility? Manage the Product Backlog for keeping it up-to-date. Work with stakeholders to determine and detail the product features Tell what tasks each developer should do during the Sprint Order the Product Backlog, always keeping ROI in mind.
Some activities happens ate the end of the Sprint. Given the options below, which three do NOT happen? Software development, Software deployment, QA activities Sprint Review Meeting, Software development, Sprint Restrospectve Software development, Sprint Restrospectve, QA activities Sprint Restrospectve, QA activities, Sprint Review Meeting.
At the and of the Sprint, what should be an expected output? A complete product that is ready for use in live environmet All Sprint Backlog items completed A product increment that is ready for testing A product increment that is potentially deliverable and shippable for users.
At the first Sprint, what should the Development Team do? Elaborate a detailed schedule for the entire project Develop and deliver at least one piece of functionality Gather requirements as many as possible and add them to the Product Backlog to be developed in subsequent Sprint Determine the complete architecture and infrastructure for the product.
At the first Sprint, what should the Development Team do? Elaborate a detailed schedule for the entire project Deliver a releaseble software increment Gather requirements as many as possible and add them to the Product Backlog to be developed in subsequent Sprint Determine the complete architecture and infrastructure for the product.
What are the two topics that be should be discussed during the Sprint Planning? 1 - The Product Owner decides what should be done 2 - How many team members will be needed to complete the selected work 1 - What are the functional requirements? 2 - How will it be developed? 1 - What can be delivered in the increment resulting from the upcoming Sprint? 2 - How will the work needed to deliver the increment be achived? The Development Team decides.
What following statements are true? The Product Owner explains which Product Backlog items have been "Done" and which ones have not been "Done" The Product Owner demonstrates the work that he/she has "done" and answers questions about the increment The Scrum Master provides a report of what happened during the Sprint.
What following statements are true? The development team demontrates the work the ir has "Done" and potentially-shippable and answers question about the increment The Product Owner demonstrates the work that he/she has "done" and answers questions about the increment The Scrum Master provides a report of what happened during the Sprint.
What following statements are true? Feedback from stakeholders during the Sprint Review may result in additional Product Backlog items The Product Owner demonstrates the work that he/she has "done" and answers questions about the increment The Scrum Master provides a report of what happened during the Sprint.
The work during a Sprint needs to be managed. Who is responsible for that? The Project Manager The Product Owner The Development Team The Scrum Master.
Given the following Scrum events, which of the following is the latest step? Daily Scrum Sprint Retrospective Sprint Review Sprint Planning.
Scrum Master has a lot of responsibilities. Which of following statements is incorrect? Establish Product Backlog priorities together with the Product Owner Prevent senior management from shifting team priorities Empower the team and self-organization Lead and coach the organization regarding its Scrum adoptin.
Which of the following statements best explains what the term Sprint means in Scrum? A sprint is a specific amount of days for a team to test and resolve any issues prior to product realease or shipment A sprint is an agreed upon period of time team members to select individual items from the product backlog to work on. If the work is completed before the sprint ends, a new product backlog item is brought into the sprint A sprint is an specific amount of days for a team to work at a sustainable pace to finish select work A Sprint is a epecific amount of days for a team to work as many hours as needed to finish assigned work.
What is the recommended worktime for a team member in a Scrum Team? A sustainable pace, usually from 7-8 hours per day As many as required by the Scrum Master As many as required to deliver a product increment 14 hours per day.
According to Scrum, the amount of time for a plan Sprint activities is expressed in what unit of time? Months Days Hours Points.
The total remaining story points for a given product is 60. The development team has 7 members and 4 Sprint have been done with the following information: Sprint 1: 10 points Sprint 2: 12 ponts Sprint 3: 09 points Sprint 4: 13 points How many Sprint probably will be needed to complete all remaining points? 4 7 6 5.
The Product Owner ask you the following question: "What should be the best moment to reprioritize the product backlog" What should you answer? The Product Owner should reprioritize the Product Backlog only at the a new Sprint. The Product Owner should reprioritixe the Product Backlog only once at each Sprint. The Product Owner must reprioritize the Product Backlog a few times a day. Its is important to respond to cahnges quickly. The Product Owner should reprioritize the Product Backlog whenever new information is learned.
Transparency is a key concept in Scrum. At the end of Sprint, how can the Product Owner and stakeholders chack if a specific item is really done? Just ask the Development Team. Trust is a Scrum foundation They should compare what was done against the Definition of Done The Product Owner must know before the Sprint ands which items are done Ask the project manager.
What is the MAIN objective of the Daily Scrum? To inspect progress toward the Sprint Goal and to inspect how progress is trending towards completing the work in the Sprint Backlog To give a status report to the Product Owner, so that the Product Owner can communicate the stakeholders properly To discuss work details with the team considering that every team member must attend this meeting To give a status report to the Scrum Master.
What does a time-boxed activity mean? There is a minimum time limit for the activity There is a minimum and a maximum time for the activity There is a maximum time limit for the activity There is a recommended amount of time for the activity.
What is the MAIN objetive of the Sprint Review? To demonstrate working software to the project manager To demonstrate the Product Backlog items that are completely done and to receive feedback from the Product Owner To demonstrate the Product Backlog items that are completely done and to receive feedback from de Scrum Master To discuss what went well during the Sprint, what problems it ran into, and how those problems ware solved.
After adoping Scrum, the Development Team has been very happy. A team member express a kay point of this happiness: "We don't need writing detailed specifications anymore". Is this statement true or false? True False.
The Development Team is running a Sprint that will end in two days. The team doesn't have enough time to complete 3 tasks related to two important Product Backlog Items. Bust the team believes that only 14 hours more is sufficient to complete all work. They know that the Product Owner will be disappointed in case these two items are not delivered. How should the Development Team handle the remaining three tasks? The Development Team should reallocate the test to the next Sprint and delivery the two items. The Product Owner satisfaction is more important than just a few testing task The Development Team should work overtime, as many as needed, and complete all tasks. The Development Team should place the two Product Backlog Items back to the Product Backlog The Development Team should complete the two items in the current Sprint and reallocate the testing tasks to the next Sprint.
What is the MAIN objetive of the Sprint Restrospective? To identify what went wrong during the Sprint To provide feedback to the Scrum Master and Product Owner To discuss and recommend ways to work better in the next Sprint.
Which of the following is NOT shown in a Sprint Burndown Chart? Total day in Sprint Member of remaining product backlog items Day of Sprint Remaining work hours or story points.
The Development Team needs to manage the actual planned progress. What artifact should use for this purpose? User stories Burndown chart Scrum board Kandan board They don't need manage it. The Scrum Master is responsible for manage the Sprint progress.
Which of following statements is false according to Scrum? The product is released to customers after each Sprint The MAIN goal for a Sprint is to produce release-qaulity increments in functionality Releases usually incorporates the result of multiple Sprints Product releasing occur distated by customer and business needs.
What is the Sprint Retrospective time-box? 2 hours 1 and half hour 3 hours for a 30-day Sprint. For shorter Sprint, this ceremony is usually shorter 2 hours for a 30-day Sprint. For shorter Sprint, this ceremony is usually shorter.
You have just been hired as a Scrum Master for a company that has 10 major products. The senior management is not confident about how many Product Owners are needed, They asked you to help them to decide it. Which statements are the two best alternatives for how many Product Owners should exist? Only ane, considering that the Product Owner may not delegate to others specific value, capabilities, an functionality within the product. One specific Product Owner is responsible for each product (so ten in total), considering that the Product Owner may delegate to others specific value, capabilities, and functionality within the product. As many as need. Scrum is about empiricism, not a predictive process.
You have just been hired as a Scrum Master for a company that has 10 major products. The senior management is not confident about how many Product Owners are needed, They asked you to help them to decide it. Which statements are the two best alternatives for how many Product Owners should exist? Only ane, considering that the Product Owner may not delegate to others specific value, capabilities, an functionality within the product. One specific Product Owner is responsible for all ten products, taking into account that the Product Owner may delegate to others for specific value, capabilities, and functionality within each product. As many as need. Scrum is about empiricism, not a predictive process.
Two Scrum Master are having a discussion about management in Scrum. One of them believes that Scrum Master is management position. Is this Scrum Master correct? Yes No.
The Scrum Team is formed by the following roles: Project manager, Product Owner, Project coordinator Product Owner, Scrum Master, Project Manager Scrum Master, Development Team, Product Owner Senior manager, Development Director, Product Owner.
An optimal Development Team size is small enough to remain nimble, an large enough to complete significant work. What should be the recommended size for a Development Team? 6, +3 or -3 9, +1 or -2 8, a pizza slice for each member 7, +2 or -2.
Who must attend the Dailly Scrum? The Development Team and it can include invited external specialist The Development Team The Development Team and the Product Owner The Development Team and the Scrum Master The Scrum Team.
A company has just started using Scrum. There are three Scrum Teams and one of them tells the Scrum Master that it doesn't feel the need for retrospectives. Given the following answers, which one is the best? Discuss with the Senior Management what to do Start doing retrospectives The team is self-organized. Agree with the team and support them You suggest retrospectives to be done every three months.
Who is responsible for the Product Backlog maintenance? The Scrum Master The strategic committee The Product Owner The Scrum Team.
Which of the following best defines the Scrum? Scrum is a fremework for developing, delivering, and sustaining complex products. Scrum is a methodology Scrum is a complete process for developing software Scrum is not an agile framework.
Which of the following factors should be used to order the Product Backlog? Size, where small items are at the top, and large items are at the bottom. Risk, where items with low risk are at the top, and riskier items are at the bottom. Least valuable items at the top to most valuable at the bottom Importance, where the most important items are at the top at all times Whatever is deemed most appropriate by the Product Owner.
In some situation, a Sprint can be cancellled. Who has the authority to cancel a Sprint? The Scrum team The Scrum Master in agreement with the Product Owner The Product Owner The Product Owner in agreement with the Scrum Master.
Who is responsible for defining the Sprint Backlog scope? Only the Product Owner The Development Team in agreement with the Product Owner The Scrum Master in agreement with the Product Owner Only the Development team.
Product Backlog and Sprint Backlog are two official Scrum artifacts. Jhon, a new team member, doesn't know the MAIN difference them. If you were Jhon's Scrum Master, what should you tell him? There is no big difference. Both are used for the same purpose: show the Product Backlog items The Sprint Backlog is optional, while the Product Backlog is required The Sprint Backlog is a subset of the Product Backlog The Sprint Backlog is onwer by the Scrum Master e and the Product Backlog is owned by Product Owner.
Near the end of Sprint Planning, the Development Team realizes that they pulled work beyond their capacity. Given the following options, which one makes more sense? Work overtime and deliver all committed items. The Development Team must be reliable Collaborete with the Product Owner and potentially remove or change items Cancel the Sprint Start the Sprint and add extra team members. The Development Team needs to be reliable.
A big campany has 5 Teams working on the same product. They want to deliver a done and potentially shippable product increment. How should they do it? How should they do it? Each Sprint, all Scrum Team have a done increment that integrates with all of the other done increment from all ther Scrum teams on the initiative; the sum of all increments is the increment for that initiative or project Each Scrum Team provides a unique done increment that includes the team's added functionality Functionality not integrated with the work of other Scrum Teams may be delivered as unintegrated increments; this demonstrates the value created by the Scrum teams unable to completely integrete their increments Each Scrum Team delivers done increments of its own area of responsibility; these increments are integrated into a whole product ruring stabilization prior to release.
The Product Owner decides to cancel the current because the Sprint Goal does not make sense anymore. What happens next? Nothing, The Product Owner has no authority to cancel the sprint All items are discarded The completed Sprint Backlog items are evaluated for a release while incomplete items are discarded The completed Sprint Backlog items are evaluated for a release while incomplete items are put into the Product Backlog.
The Development Team should be self-organized bringing and many responsibilities as well. What are two responsibilities of a self-organized team? Elaborate status report and report it daily to stakeholders Increase velocity over Sprints and Pull Product Backlog items for the Sprint Pull Product Backlog items for the Sprint and do the work planned in the Sprint Backlog Do the work planned in the Sprint Backlog and Redefine the Sprint Goal.
A big company has 5 teams working on the same product. The Product Owner is not sure about how arrange the Product Backlog. You, as a Scrum Master, should support the Product Owner. What do you suggest? To build a separete Product Backlog for each Scrum team; all of the increments are integrated at the end in an integration Sprint. All Scrum Teams work from a common Product Backlog and integrate their work every Sprint Each development team should have a separete product backlog; all of the increments are integrated at the end in an integration Sprint Scrum Teams should have their separete Product Backlogs.
A big company has 5 teams working on the same product. Each team wants their own Definition of Done. According to Scrum, what best describes the Definition of "Done" in this scenario? All teams must use the same definition Each team should defines and uses its own Each team uses its own must make it clear to all other teams It depends.
You are the Scrum Master for five new teams working on the same Product Backlog. Several developers como to you asking if their increments should be integrated every sprint. What do you tell them? No, each teeam have to deliver their own increment. Yes, but only Scrum teams thet work on the same product module. Yes, but is not problem if one or two teams cannot do that Yes, the Product Owner needs an integrated increment in order to be able to inspect what was done accurately.
The Scrum Master has a lot of responsabilities. A new member, that is new to Scrum as well, come to you asking about the MAIN responsability of the Scrum Master. What do you tell him/her? The MAIN responsibility is to facilitate all daily Scrum meetings The MAIN responsibility is to remove any impediments that the Development Team encounters during their work The MAIN responsibility is work with the Scrum Team acting as a technical leader The MAIN responsibility is to manage the development team members.The Scrum MAster helps the Product Owner as well, but he/his mais focus is the development team.
Given the following statements, which three are true? - Scrum and Traditional processes have a many similarities but Scrum allows self-organized teams, so no project managers are needed - Scrum is a Framework - Scrum is a Methodology and prescribes exactly what you have to do in each situation - Scrum is a Framework - Empirical process control theory is the Scrum Foundation - Scrum has few components and each one has a specific purpose. To be successful, all components are required - Scrum is a Methodology and prescribes exactly what you have to do in each situation - Empirical process control theory is the Scrum Foundation - Scrum has few components and each one has a specific purpose. To be successful, all components are required.
The Scrum difines a series of responsibilities. Who is the Owner of the Sprint Backlog? The Scrum Team The Product Owner The Development Team The Product Owner and the Development Team.
Sprint Planning is time-boxed to a maximum of eight hours for a one-month Sprint. For shorter Sprint, the event is usually shorter. Given the following objectives, which ones are covered as part of the Sprint Planning? Understanding what features the Product Owner most want for the next Sprint and figuring out how to do them Updating the release project plan with sprint, deadlines, risks, and costs. Demonstrating current software increment and figuring out if it is good enough. Re-estimating higher product backlog items, reviewing team velocity, and making commitment about project and date.
The Development Team should be cross-functional. What does it mean? It means that each team member has all the skills to turn the selected Product Backlog into an increment of potentially shippable product functionality It means that Development Team has all the skills necessary as at team to turn the selected Product Backlog into an increment of potentially shippable product functinality It means that the Development Team has all the skils to develop softwere, except testing, testing activities are carried out by the Testing Team None of the above.
Who should be accountable for managing and updating the Sprint Backlog during a Sprint? The Development Team in agreement with Product Owner The Scrum Team. He is responsible for administrative tasks. The Development Team The Product Owner. He is responsible for managing the project progress.
A new team member, that is new to Scrum as well, come to you asking about what could be a good Sprint output. What should you tell to him? A complete requirement specification An increment of working software that was not tested An increment of software with some incomplete functionalities An increment of working software that is "done".
Scrum teams are self-organizing. Self-organizing Teams choose how to best accomplish their work rather than being directed by others out of the team. Which moment the Development Team members volunteer to own a Sprint Becklog item? During the Sprint Planning meeting They are self-organized. It migth be any time Never. The Sprint Backlog and all items are collectively owner by the Development Team, even if they are being worked on by a specific member. At the beginning of the Sprint.
Selet the two best answers about the Daily Scrum Meeting. - Its durantion is fitteen minutes or less - It is facilitated by the Product Owner or Scrum Master - It is facilitated by the Product Owner or Scrum Master - Its durantion is fitteen minutes or less - All team members must answer the three questions - Is location and tima should remain constant - Is location and time should remain constant - Its durantion is fitteen minutes or less.
One of the Scrum Master's objetive is to keep the Development Team working at its highest level of productivity. How should the Scrum Master reach this objetive? By facilitating all Scrum events, always. By acting as a coach, facilitating Development team decisions and removing impediments By managing activities and priorities during the Sprint By teaching the Product Owner about how to detail features.
The Sprint Retrospective is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to inspect itself and create a pla for improvements to be anacted during the next Sprint. Which of the following might be the Scrum team discuss during a Sprint Retrospective? The way the Scrum Team does things How to improve software quality Skills needed for Development Team in order to improve its ability to deliver a product incremnte "done" Discuss and improve definition of done All of the above.
Which three questions might be answered by all Development Team member at the Dailu Scrum in order to inspect and adapt the work? - What did i do yesterday helped the Development Team meet the Sprint Goal - What is my main personal problem - What will i do today to help the Develpment Team meet the Sprint Goal - Do i see any impediment the prevents me or the Development Team from meeting the Sprint Goal? - Is the Product Owner happy - Are the stakeholders safisfied - Is the Product Owner happy - Are the stakeholders safisfied - What is my main personal problem - What did i do yesterday helped the Development Team meet the Sprint Goal - What will i do today to help the Develpment Team meet the Sprint Goal - Do i see any impediment the prevents me or the Development Team from meeting the Sprint Goal?.
When is the Sprint Backlog created? At the beginning of the release planning Durinng the product refinement At the beginning of the retrospective Planning During the Sprint Planning meeting.
The Sprint Goal is an objetive the will be met within the Sprint through the implementation of the Product Backlog, and it provides guidance to the Development Team on why building the Increment. The Sprint Goal is creafted before the Sprint Backlog is created. True False.
Who is responsible for managing the progress toward a business objetive? The Product Owneer The Product Owner and The Scrum Master The Scrum Master The Development Team.
A new Development Team could not complete some items during the second Sprint. What happens in this case? The Development Team is learning how to rum Scrum. For the first Sprint in the beginning they can extend the Sprint without any harm. The Development Team is not competent. Change the team members. Undone items return to the Product Backlog None of the above.
What is the Release Burndown? A graph indicating what has been completed by the Scrum Team A measure of the remaining Product Backlog across the time of a release plan What has been completed by the Scrum Team to date The work remaining to be completed by the Product Owner.
During the Sprint, the Development Team works to turn Product Backlog items into a working software increment. The Scrum Master act as a coach and removes impediments. And how about the Product Owner? What three acticities a Product Owner will probably do during the Sprint? - Facilitate the Daily Scrum - Answer questions fron the Development Team about in items in the current Sprint - Update the sprint burndown chart - Work with the stakeholders - Prioritize the Development Teams Activities - Provide feedback - Provide feedback - Work with the stakeholders - Answer questions fron the Development Team about in items in the current Sprint - Answer questions fron the Development Team about in items in the current Sprint - Prioritize the Development Teams Activities - Facilitate the Daily Scrum.
One of the Scrum Master's objetive is to keep the Development Team working at its highest level of productivity. How should the Scrum Master reach this objetive? - By removing impediments that disturb the Development Team. - By acting as a coach facilitating Development team decisions - By facilitating all Scrum events, always. - By teaching the Product Owner about how to detail features.
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