Category: PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Exam

Free PMI-ACP® Exam Sample Question 67

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?

A. Achieving a highly polished design
B. Discussing aspects of potential features
C. Increasing the level of detail
D. Creating a very accurate representation

Hint: What level of effort should an agile team put into creating an agile model?

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Correct Answer: B

The primary value of an agile model is in the discussion and creation of the model, rather than the actual model. As a result, an agile model is barely sufficient rather than highly detailed.

Exam Reference: http://agilemodeling.com/essays/introductionToAM.htm, Agile Modeling; see also Effective Practices for Extreme Programming and the Unified Process, Scott Ambler, 2002; see also PMI-ACP Exam Prep, Second Edition, 2015, Mike Griffiths; see also The Agile PrepCast, Agile Analysis and Design Concepts, www.agileprepcast.com/t_index




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