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Q41. Retrospectives provide an opportunity for the team to:
A. Reflect at the end of every iteration and identify improvements that will increase the quality of the product.
B. Participate in a mandatory meeting to share status updates across the team and to ensure that everyone is on track.
C. Understand from the management if the project is achieving the Scope, Quality, Cost, and Schedule goals.
D. Set goals at the beginning of the iteration and identify requirements that can be delivered in that iteration.
Q42. What is the common communication bridge between the team and the Product Owner?
A. Burndown chart
B. Product Backlog
C. Scrum team meeting
D. Sprint release plan
Q43. Spike solutions are appropriate when:
A. the business requirements are vague or inadequate for an iteration.
B. a technology is understood well and has been used for a while, but needs a problem to be debugged.
C. there is insufficient time to refactor, but there is a need to resolve a specific problem.
D. a specific technicalQUESTION NO:needs to be answered, stopping work on the spike as soon as it answers that question.
Q44. Who is responsible for determining the business value of each feature?
A. Product Owner
B. Steering committee
Q45. Who is responsible for the “definition of done”?
A. The team
B. The Product Owner
D. Project manager
Q46. A value stream map is a tool used to identify the:
A. Waste across the entire process.
B. Highest value product features.
C. Most valuable team interactions.
D. Most likely flow of project risks.
Q47. The ScrumMaster notices repeated friction between two team members in the Daily Scrum meetings. The next step should be to:
A. Attempt to resolve the problem directly and immediately during a Daily Scrum meeting.
B. Schedule a meeting with them after a Daily Scrum meeting to explore and resolve the issue.
C. Ignore the friction because a self-organizing team must sort out team conflict issues.
D. Ask for new resources to replace them before the friction undermines the team’s productivity.
Q48. Agile communication is effective because:
A. release and iteration planning keep team members aligned, daily synchronization eliminates confusion, and iteration demonstrations keep the team focused on deliverables.
B. Agile communication methods focus on detailed, written requirements and specifications that are more complete and allow the team to manage change more effectively.
C. the use of charts and diagrams over written reports creates clear, targeted communication, and customer involvement in monthly reviews eliminates changes in requirements.
D. daily iteration planning allows change to be managed, and weekly standup meetings ensure that impediments are quickly identified and effectively managed or removed.
Q49. Collaboration can be defined as working together to jointly produce a deliverable or make a decision, whereas coordination is:
A. Agreeing on a due date.
B. Sharing information.
C. Agreeing on the design.
D. Pair programming.
Q50. A ScrumMaster consistently holds Daily Scrums and keeps them to 15 minutes or less. The ScrumMaster brings a list of assigned tasks and checks the status of each task with the relevant team members. The ScrumMaster then assigns new tasks for the day and ends the meeting. Is this an appropriate approach to running Daily Scrums?
A. Yes, the ScrumMaster should get status updates and distribute new tasks to the team.
B. Yes, the ScrumMaster should hold Scrums daily and keep the time to 15 minutes or less.
C. No, the ScrumMaster should act in the role of facilitator to foster team self-organization.
D. No, the ScrumMaster should allow the Scrum to run as long as is required by the team.