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QUESTION NO: 21
What is the key concern when multiple Development Teams are working from the same Product
A. Minimizing dependencies between teams.
B. Clear definition of requirements.
C. Meeting original scope projections.
D. Making sure there’s enough work for everyone on every team.
E. Maximizing velocity.
QUESTION NO: 22
What does it mean to say that an event has a time-box?
A. The event must happen at a set time.
B. The event must happen by a given time.
C. The event must take at least a minimum amount of time.
D. The event can take no more than a maximum amount of time.
Which outcome is expected as Scrum Teams mature?
A. They will improve their definition of “Done” to include more stringent criteria.
B. The Sprint Retrospectives will grow to be longer than 4 hours.
C. There is no need for a time-boxed Sprint.
D. Sprint Reviews will no longer be needed.
E. A Scrum Master is no longer needed since they are a mature team now.
QUESTION NO: 24
The Product Owner must release each Increment to production.
A. When it makes sense.
B. To make sure the Development Team is done every Sprint.
C. Whenever the product is free of defects.
D. Without exception.
QUESTION NO: 25
A properly functioning Scrum Team will have at least one Release Sprint and may well have several.
QUESTION NO: 26
Scrum is a methodology that tells in detail how to build software incrementally.
QUESTION NO: 27
For which is the Scrum Master responsible?
A. Managing the performance of the Scrum Team.
B. The meetings and the objectives that a Scrum Team sets for itself.
C. The Scrum framework being adopted and used properly.
D. Keeping track of resource allocation.
QUESTION NO: 28
A Development Team asks their Product Owner to re-order the Product Backlog. The team is waiting for an external supplier to deliver a specific software component. Without that component there won’t be enough work in the next Sprint to occupy the full team. The Product Owner asks the Scrum Master for help. What would be good advice to give the Product Owner?
A. Remind the Product Owner that his primary concern is the flow of value reflected in the ordering of the Product Backlog.
B. Tell the Product Owner to re-order the Product Backlog so the work involving the external component can be planned in a separate sprint.
C. Tell the Product Owner that the Product Backlog should be ordered to maximize utilization of the Development Team.
QUESTION NO: 29
As the Sprint Planning meeting progresses, the Development Team sees that the workload is greater than they can handle. Which two are valid actions? (Choose two.)
A. Recruit additional Development Team members before the work can begin.
B. The Development Team ensures that the Product Owner is aware, starts the Sprint, and monitors progress.
C. Cancel the Sprint.
D. Remove or change selected Product Backlog items.
E. The Development Team works overtime during this Sprint.
QUESTION NO: 30
Currently, your Development Teams are organized to address a single layer only (for example, front end, middle tier, back end, and interfaces). What are three things to consider when deciding to move away from such component teams toward feature teams? (Choose three.)
A. You cannot do Scrum without feature teams.
B. Productivity may suffer when making this kind of move.
C. Getting support from the business side first helps.
D. Feature teams have less communication overhead.
E. With feature teams, it is easier to calculate the productivity per team.
QUESTION NO: 31
During a Sprint, when is new work or further decomposition of work added to the Sprint Backlog?
A. When the Product Owner identifies new work.
B. As soon as possible after they are identified.
C. When the Scrum Master has time to enter them.
D. During the Daily Scrum after the Development Team approves them.
QUESTION NO: 32
What is the main reason for the Scrum Master to be at the Daily Scrum?
A. To gather status and progress information to report to management.
B. To write down any changes to the Sprint Backlog, including adding new items, and tracking progress on the burn-down.
C. He or she does not have to be there; he or she only has to ensure the Development Team has a Daily Scrum.
D. To make sure every team member answers the three questions.
QUESTION NO: 33
You have six teams using a traditional method to deliver a product. Your management has asked you to start using Scrum. In the initial project there were separate plans and teams for the layers of a software system, i.e. one for the front-end, one for the middle tier, one for the back-end, and one for the interfaces and services. This resembles what is known as component teams. But you have read that it’s a good idea to have teams organized by feature. What are the advantages of keeping component teams while starting Scrum?
A. There’s less initial disruption than organizing into new teams. As they start, they will discover what works best, and how to potentially re-organize towards this.
B. Component teams generally have the skills needed to create a working Increment of software that provides business value.
C. Because they have worked together for some time, they are likely able to start producing shippable Increments faster that new feature teams would.
D. There are fewer cross-team dependencies than working in feature teams.
QUESTION NO: 34
How should Product Backlog items be chosen when multiple Scrum Teams work from the same
A. The Scrum Team with the highest velocity pulls Product Backlog items first.
B. The Development Teams pull in work in agreement with the Product Owner.
C. The Product Owner should provide each team with its own Product Backlog.
D. Each Scrum Team takes an equal numbers of items.
E. The Product Owner decides.
QUESTION NO: 35
How often should Scrum Team membership change?
A. As needed, while taking into account a short term reduction in productivity.
B. Never, because it reduces productivity.
C. As needed, with no special allowance for changes in productivity.
D. Every Sprint to promote shared learning.
QUESTION NO: 36
Who should make sure everyone on the Scrum Team does his or her tasks for the Sprint?
A. The Project Manager.
B. The Product Owner.
C. The Scrum Master.
D. The Scrum Team.
E. All of the above.
When is it most appropriate for a Development Team to change the definition of “Done”?
A. During Spring Planning.
B. Prior to starting a new Sprint.
C. During the Sprint Retrospective.
D. Prior to starting a new project.
QUESTION NO: 38
The Daily Scrum is an event that happens every day. What would be three key concerns if the frequency were to be lowered to every two or three days? (Choose three.)
A. Opportunities to inspect and adapt the Sprint Backlog are lost.
B. Impediments are raised and resolved more slowly.
C. The Product Owner cannot accurately report progress to the stakeholders.
D. Too much work is spent updating the Scrum board before the meeting.
E. The Scrum Master loses the ability to update the Gantt chart properly.
F. The Sprint plan may become inaccurate.
QUESTION NO: 39
Which statement best describes Scrum?
A. A defined and predictive process that conforms to the principles of Scientific Management.
B. A complete methodology that defines how to develop software.
C. A cookbook that defines best practices for software development.
D. A framework within which complex products in complex environments are developed.
QUESTION NO: 40
Which Scrum Values are exhibited by not building Product Backlog items that have low business value? (Choose three.)
A. Economic Value Added.
D. Earned Value.