A team lead is currently demonstrating a potentially shippable product increment for project stakeholders. Which agile meeting is being conducted?
An agile team has decided to create an artifact to demonstrate the product increment for the purpose of gathering feedback from the stakeholders. How should the project team accomplish this task?
An agile practitioner needs to track the team's performance over time. How might the agile practitioner accomplish this task?
An agile team is estimating the level of effort necessary to complete their user stories. They decide to make the assumption that the team members will not have any interruptions to project work and will be productive 100% of the time. Which of the following is the team using?
A product owner and the scrum team members are conducting their first sprint planning meeting. The user stories are read to the team, and the team members have provided estimates to complete these user stories. As the team proceeds to develop the user stories during the sprint, what should the product owner do?
An agile team does not think it can meet the release deadline based on their velocity midway through the release's iterations. What should the team do?
An agile team is demonstrating a recently developed product. Who determines when a product is complete?
An agile team wants to determine the root cause of a recurring issue. Which method would an agile practitioner select to determine the root cause?
For their new project to develop a point-of-sale system, the team creates an agile model in the form of a sample screen design of the system's user interface. What would an agile practitioner say is the primary benefit of this model?
An agile team lead has many years of experience and is a subject matter expert on the product that the team is building. How can the team lead best engage the team in solving a problem?
Stakeholders want to understand what progress an agile team has made in their last iteration. What should stakeholders review to determine this information?
A project team is discussing the priorities associated with different project management methodologies. What would an agile practitioner say is the top priority?
An agile team needs to demonstrate a product increment at the end of every iteration. What should an agile practitioner recommend that the team do to make sure that they have adequate time to get prepared for the demonstration?
A cross-functional agile team has experienced many disruptions in recent sprints since various members needed time off due to planned holidays and unplanned absences for personal reasons. What should the team have done differently?
Which of the following behaviors should an agile coach avoid?
A new scrum team is looking to improve its process for their next project. Which approach would an agile practitioner say is most likely to help the team improve its process?
An agile team has worked together on previous projects. In the team's last project, the greatest negative criticism was the inaccuracy of the estimates. When preparing estimates for a new project, what should an agile practitioner recommend that the team members do differently?
A team of agile practitioners who have been working together for a long time and successfully delivered many projects has decided to improve their best practices for their upcoming project. What would be the best approach for the team to take to accomplish this task?
At the sprint retrospective meeting, the agile team members drew a fishbone diagram, wrote a problem at the fish’s head, and labeled the bones of the fish with categories. What should the team do next?
At the daily standup meeting, the agile team has raised an impediment where one of the developers has been withdrawn from the team by the developer’s line manager to complete their previously committed tasks from another project. As the result, the team will be unable to meet their sprint goal. What should have been done differently to avoid this impediment?
Agile team members reported that they were unable to complete all user stories that they had committed to deliver in the last sprint since they had worked overtime and eventually got burned out. What is wrong with the team approach?
During a retrospective meeting after a failed sprint, emotions run high as the team members blame each other for the failure. Phrases like “He always forgets to check in his code!” or “You never listen to what I have to say!” predominate this heated debate. What is the first thing that an experienced agile coach should do in such situation?
An agile team has worked together before. In their last project, the greatest negative criticism against them was the inaccuracy of their estimates. What should the team members do differently when preparing estimates for their new project?
In the planning workshop, the product owner prioritized and ranked the features by business value, and then presented the top features to the development team. What is the team's next logical step?
An agile coach noticed that team members are afraid to ask questions, do not collaborate with each other, and avoid taking responsibility for their actions. What is the most likely reason for such behavior among the team members?
An agile team used planning poker to estimate user stories. After all team members read a user story, the facilitator asks everyone to choose a card with an estimated number of ideal days to complete a user story and then reveal the card. If estimates were widely different, the facilitator would immediately ask for re-estimates until all the estimates converge. What did the facilitator do wrong?
What is considered the most effective method of communication on an Agile project?
Which of the following refers to the start-to-finish time required to develop a potentially shippable product increment?
When an Agile project team member is not 100% dedicated to one project, they are referred to as?
What happens to user stories that are not accepted by the customer at the end of a sprint?
Which of the following Scrum event centers on the 'product'?
What is the term used to indicate the number of story points that an agile team completes in an iteration?
According to Lean Manufacturing, which of the following terms refers to a set of unfinished work that produces no business value?
In terms of the decomposition of requirements on an Agile project the artifact that contains release plans as its first level of decomposition is referred to as a?
What is the Agile term for the technique of creating a group of rules that govern how team members interact?
What type of planning describes the technique of applying incremental delivery cycles to perform the work on an Agile project?
In what year was the Declaration of Interdependence published?
What Agile role is sometimes referred to as 'the voice of the customer'?
Which of the following statements is not true with regard to user stories?
In terms of the decomposition of requirements on an Agile project, the artifact that contains release plans as its first level of decomposition is referred to as a?
All of the following are considered Agile Methods except?
During what Agile meeting is a potentially shippable product increment shown to all interested stakeholders?
Who is responsible for the creation and maintenance of the Product Roadmap?
Which of the following is an example of a continuous process improvement ceremony on an Agile Project?
Frequently integrating new and updated software code on an Agile project is called?
Emotional Intelligence is an extremely important interpersonal skill that each Agile team member should possess. In terms of the social awareness aspects of Emotional Intelligence, which of the following statements is true?
Which of the following techniques is considered most effective when used as a method for project team members to generate ideas for solving problems or meeting open-ended challenges?
What type of Agile contract allows the customer to terminate the contract at any time on the project if they do not see any added value?
Often when implementing an Agile project for the first time in an organization, there is no historical data to determine the velocity of the first project iteration, so this velocity is really more of a 'guestimate' than an 'estimate'. Which term describes this type of velocity?
Product defects reported by the customer that have escaped all software quality processes are called?
Variance and Trend Analysis is a technique used on Agile projects to reduce risk. What type of Agile Risk Management is Variance and Trend Analysis considered?
On your Agile projects there is sometimes undocumented knowledge or information that is only known by certain project team members, and is usually kept to themselves. What is the name of this type of knowledge?
Which of the following Agile meetings is used to synchronize an Agile project team's activities to ensure they are all working toward a common iteration goal?
On your Agile project you have just completed the creation of a potentially shippable product increment. The time it took to create this product increment is referred to as?
The Value Stream Mapping process has four distinct steps. Which of the following is not a recommended step in the Value Stream Mapping process?
You are currently on an Agile project team developing a new bar code scanning device for a major drug store retailer and are currently creating user stories. One project team member is very strong-willed and is constantly trying to exert his influence over others to sway them to his way of thinking. This is an example of?
Traditional Project Management uses a Work Breakdown structure to develop requirements in terms of activities. What type of breakdown structure is used in Agile to for this purpose?
An Agile artifact that that describes the incremental nature of how a product will be built and delivered over time, along with the important factors that drive each individual release is called?
You are performing integrated testing on each of the different product increments developed during each iteration so far to ensure that they work together as a whole. What type of iteration is this?
Which of the following Agile meetings is process-oriented?
You and your Agile project team are currently demonstrating a potentially shippable product increment to you project stakeholders. What Agile meeting are you conducting?
Agile project teams often use a collection of values, principles and practices to aid in the Agile software development process. What is the term used to describe this collection?
All of the following are considered methods of receiving feedback from Agile project team members except?
FDD/TDD - Which of the following is an Agile Modeling tool that can be used in conjunction with different Agile methods?
In general, metrics can be defined as quantitative parameters or measures that can be used to track performance or production. As “metrics” relate specifically to Agile project management, they can only be considered “valuable” to the Agile team if they are used to “measure” the progress of the delivered product, the efficiency of the project as a whole, and the efficiency of the Agile project team. All of the following are metrics used in Agile except:
Alistair Cockburn created the Crystal Family of Agile Methods, all of whose names contain colors of quartz crystals taken from geology. What two characteristics of an Agile project are used to determine the color of the Crystal method that should be implemented?
When implementing Agile Project Management, risk management that occurs simply by following Agile best practices such as iterative planning and review activities is called?
One of the major tools and techniques used in Lean Software Development is value stream mapping. What is the primary purpose of value stream mapping?
When it comes to estimating the requirements on your Agile projects, there are three different “Sizing Units” that can be used to determine the size (referring here specifically to “Level of Effort”) of your Agile project requirements (referring here specifically to “user stories”), and the specific tasks to meet those requirements. Which of the Following is not recognized as a “unit” that can be used for estimating the size of the requirements on your Agile project?
Extreme Programming (XP) defines four basic activities that are performed during the software development process. These include designing, coding, testing and ... ?
Agile project management and product development uses several different types of documents specific to each iteration, which are referred to as "artifacts". All of the following are Agile iteration artifacts except:
You are a Product Owner working on an agile software development project and you have brought all the Scrum team members together for the first Iteration Planning meeting. You read the user stories to the team, and they have provided estimates to complete these user stories. You have promised to leave them alone during the iteration to get the work done and they have agreed to complete the work 100% according to the definition of done. What is this an example of?
Which of the following is not a value stated in the Agile Manifesto?
Osmotic Communication relies on which of the following in order to be most effectively practiced?
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