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1 day 16 hours ago #29685

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Here is our free PMI-ACP Exam sample question of the week. This question is taken from The PM Exam Simulator at www.pm-exam-simulator.com/pmi-acp

Question 10: 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?

A) Size and complexity
B ) Duration and complexity
C) Size and criticality
D) Duration and criticality
4 days 17 hours ago #29670

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Correct Answer to Q#9: A

Sitting back and observing the team members’ may be interpreted as a lack of action. However, as a first step, it is important for an experienced agile coach to sufficiently observe the situation.

Reference: Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition, Lyssa Adkins, 2010, Levels of Conflict
1 week 1 day ago #29644

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Here is our free PMI-ACP Exam sample question of the week. This question is taken from The PM Exam Simulator at www.pm-exam-simulator.com/pmi-acp

Question 9: 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?

A) Sit back for a while and observe the team members
B ) Intervene immediately to avoid further harm
C) Call in a human resources department representative
D) Start a coaching session with the team members
1 week 4 days ago #29636

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Correct Answer to Q#8: B

Adaptive planning is a technique the employs iterative development cycles in order to produce incremental product deliverables and allows you to adapt your project plans based on the current reality that surrounds and affects your Agile project. Rolling Wave Planning is a form of Progressive Elaboration that focuses more on the near term plans and rolls into the longer term as more information becomes available about the project requirements. Progressive Planning and Incremental Planning are not terms associated with Agile product development.

Reference: Agile Almanac - Book 1: Single-Team Projects and Exam Prep, John Stenbeck, 2015
2 weeks 1 day ago #29609

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Here is our free PMI-ACP Exam sample question of the week. This question is taken from The PM Exam Simulator at www.pm-exam-simulator.com/pmi-acp

Question 8: What type of planning describes the technique of applying incremental delivery cycles to perform the work on an Agile project?

A) Rolling Wave Planning
B ) Adaptive Planning
C) Progressive Planning
D) Incremental Planning
2 weeks 4 days ago #29604

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Correct Answer: C

Working Agreements is an Agile Project Management term that refers to the standards that each Agile team defines (by consensus) to outline the specific rules for how the team will work together during the course of the project. They are normally considered a 'verbal contract', and should be displayed as an information radiator in the team’s Commons space. These are sometimes referred to as Rules of Engagement on non-Agile projects. Teaming Agreements are contractual arrangements between two or more entities to form a partnership or joint venture for the duration of a project. Standard Operating Procedures are used in both Project Management and Organizational Management and are not specific to Agile.

Reference: Agile Project Management with Scrum, Ken Schwaber, 2004

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