Quizzes

1. The following is NOT amongst the Agile manifesto values:
2. Planning is EVERYTHING. Plans are NOTHING.
3. The following should work together daily throughout the project:
4. The following helps the teams to pause at regular intervals, reflect on their own behavior and move forward:
5. Agile is a:
1. Empiricism is NOT:
2. Scrum can be applied to:
3. The three pillars of Empiricism are:
4. Scrum is about:
5. A common language referring to the process or product must be shared by all participants. This promotes:
1. The following is NOT a Scrum Value:
2. A Developer works on multiple tasks at the same time. The following value is missing:
3. A Scrum Master encourages Developers to try new and innovative experiments to improve productivity. (S)He displays the following value:
4. A customer mandates the team to do Scrum. However she makes it clear that she is available for the review meetings once every 3 months.The following value is missing:
5. A Scrum Team lives all the Scrum values, and also understands that the values are strongly inter-laced with each other and that each cannot be displayed in isolation.While displaying the Scrum values, they build the following that can help them succeed in the longer run:
6. When there are multiple Product Owners in one Scrum Team, the following Scrum value may be compromised for the Developers:
1. The following is the organisational change agent:
2. True Leadership means:
3. Which of the following is NOT a Scrum Master responsibility?
4. As per Scrum, a Scrum Master should work:
5. As far as the responsibility for a Daily Scrum is concerned, a Scrum Master MUST:
6. A great Scrum Master:
7. The following are responsibilities of a Scrum Master:
8. A traditional project manager can transform into a Scrum Master as long as:
9. The following are mandatory skills for a Scrum Master:
10. A Scrum Master must perform the following at an organization level:
11. A Scrum Master at a Sprint Planning event must:
12. The following is true for a Scrum Master:
1. A primary presenter at the Sprint Review:
2. Who can attend Daily Scrum?
3. When can a Sprint be cancelled?
4. A Sprint's maximum duration is:
5. The 5th event in Scrum is:
6. The subject matter experts (SMEs) invited for a Sprint Planning session are determined by:
7. At a Sprint Retrospective, a Scrum Master MUST:
8. It is best to do Product Backlog estimation during:
9. A Sprint Review is the first opportunity for the Product Owner to see the working product Increment.
10. The best length of a Sprint in Scrum is:
11. During a Sprint, the Developers realized that they cannot complete the work selected for the Sprint. Who should review and adjust the work selected?
12. A new Sprint begins when:
1. An Increment is:
2. The following statements are true about a Product Backlog:
3. ______ are present in the Sprint Backlog and are normally estimated in hours.
4. The following is true regarding Definition of Done:
5. The Product Backlog is usually ordered by:
6. Product Backlog can be modified during:
7. A Sprint Backlog's plan can be adjusted:
8. When should an Increment(s) be released?
9. Who can modify the Sprint Backlog - Plan?
10. The following Scrum artifacts evolve during the course of time:
11. A Product Increment must be:
12. The following serves as a commitment to measure progress:
1. The typical size of a Scrum Team is:
2. The following is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team:
3. Product Backlog Items (User Stories) can be written by:
4. Developers plan their own work. However, the following also has the right to tell them how to convert Product Backlog Items into an Increment:
5. When the Sales department Vice President asks the Developers to add a new urgent item to the ongoing Sprint:
6. Product Owner can compromise one of the following characteristics under certain given circumstances:
7. Whose responsibility is to track the progress of the Sprint?
8. A cross-functional set of Developers means:
9. The following is true for Developers:
10. The following accountability doesn't exist in Scrum:
11. The following makes release decisions and release tracking:
12. The following best describes a Product Owner's accountability:
1. The following is NOT amongst the Agile manifesto values:
2. Planning is EVERYTHING. Plans are NOTHING.
3. The following should work together daily throughout the project:
4. The following helps the teams to pause at regular intervals, reflect on their own behavior and move forward:
5. Agile is a:
1. Empiricism is NOT:
2. Scrum can be applied to:
3. The three pillars of Empiricism are:
4. Scrum is about:
5. A common language referring to the process or product must be shared by all participants. This promotes:
1. The following is NOT a Scrum Value:
2. A Developer works on multiple tasks at the same time. The following value is missing:
3. A Scrum Master encourages Developers to try new and innovative experiments to improve productivity. (S)He displays the following value:
4. A customer mandates the team to do Scrum. However she makes it clear that she is available for the review meetings once every 3 months.The following value is missing:
5. A Scrum Team lives all the Scrum values, and also understands that the values are strongly inter-laced with each other and that each cannot be displayed in isolation.While displaying the Scrum values, they build the following that can help them succeed in the longer run:
6. When there are multiple Product Owners in one Scrum Team, the following Scrum value may be compromised for the Developers:
1. The following is the organisational change agent:
2. True Leadership means:
3. Which of the following is NOT a Scrum Master responsibility?
4. As per Scrum, a Scrum Master should work:
5. As far as the responsibility for a Daily Scrum is concerned, a Scrum Master MUST:
6. A great Scrum Master:
7. The following are responsibilities of a Scrum Master:
8. A traditional project manager can transform into a Scrum Master as long as:
9. The following are mandatory skills for a Scrum Master:
10. A Scrum Master must perform the following at an organization level:
11. A Scrum Master at a Sprint Planning event must:
12. The following is true for a Scrum Master:
1. A primary presenter at the Sprint Review:
2. Who can attend Daily Scrum?
3. When can a Sprint be cancelled?
4. A Sprint's maximum duration is:
5. The 5th event in Scrum is:
6. The subject matter experts (SMEs) invited for a Sprint Planning session are determined by:
7. At a Sprint Retrospective, a Scrum Master MUST:
8. It is best to do Product Backlog estimation during:
9. A Sprint Review is the first opportunity for the Product Owner to see the working product Increment.
10. The best length of a Sprint in Scrum is:
11. During a Sprint, the Developers realized that they cannot complete the work selected for the Sprint. Who should review and adjust the work selected?
12. A new Sprint begins when:
1. An Increment is:
2. The following statements are true about a Product Backlog:
3. ______ are present in the Sprint Backlog and are normally estimated in hours.
4. The following is true regarding Definition of Done:
5. The Product Backlog is usually ordered by:
6. Product Backlog can be modified during:
7. A Sprint Backlog's plan can be adjusted:
8. When should an Increment(s) be released?
9. Who can modify the Sprint Backlog - Plan?
10. The following Scrum artifacts evolve during the course of time:
11. A Product Increment must be:
12. The following serves as a commitment to measure progress:
1. The typical size of a Scrum Team is:
2. The following is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team:
3. Product Backlog Items (User Stories) can be written by:
4. Developers plan their own work. However, the following also has the right to tell them how to convert Product Backlog Items into an Increment:
5. When the Sales department Vice President asks the Developers to add a new urgent item to the ongoing Sprint:
6. Product Owner can compromise one of the following characteristics under certain given circumstances:
7. Whose responsibility is to track the progress of the Sprint?
8. A cross-functional set of Developers means:
9. The following is true for Developers:
10. The following accountability doesn't exist in Scrum:
11. The following makes release decisions and release tracking:
12. The following best describes a Product Owner's accountability:
1. The following is amongst the Agile manifesto principles:
2. Scrum Framework is built on:
3. The following connects teams and users in Scrum:
4. The following Scrum Event helps to inspect and adapt, and act upon feedback:
5. There are 3 artifacts in Scrum. Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog and _____.
6. The following is an agreement amongst the Scrum Team. Serves as a checklist before showcasing in a Sprint Review.
1. The following characteristic of a Product Owner helps to make timely decisions and promotes ownership of the product:
2. When a Developer needs a clarification on a product requirement:
3. A great Product Owner will:
4. How many teams a Product Owner must work with?
5. A Product Owner's business knowledge should be:
1. The following is the right order during a product development journey:
2. A product vision is:
3. Release planning is prescribed by Scrum:
4. Good practice(s) while creating a product vision:
5. Release planning can be done during:
1. A good Product Owner uses the following opportunity(ies) to connect Developers and Customers:
2. A technique used in user-centered interaction design to evaluate a product by testing it on users:
3. A benefit of connecting Developers and Users:
4. Following are few ways to understand user behavior, user preferences, market dynamics etc.
5. Chasm in Product lifecycle means:
1. Scrum provides the following ways to validate product assumptions made by a Product Owner and stakeholders:
2. Validation is the process of testing and verifying the product idea prior to launching the product. Product Owner can use the following validation:
3. The following technique is used by Product Owners to understand user behavior and culture, lives amongst the users for several weeks to a few years to get real-time information:
4. After the product development commences, the following Scrum artifact helps to showcase to users and validate assumptions:
5. User Personas are:
6. A/B Testing means:
1. The attributes of a Product Backlog Item are:
2. Product Roadmap and Product Backlog are prioritized based on the following in the given order:
3. The following is an example of Value:
4. Product Backlog Refinement is an activity in Scrum where:
5. Any new idea or a new Product Backlog Item is:
6. The following Scrum artifact is modified during: Sprint Review, Product Backlog Refinement, Stakeholder discussions, User feedback:
7. Product Backlog is prioritized by the following accountability in Scrum:
8. Product Backlog is updated:
9. A Product Backlog Item is:
10. Product Backlog Refinement focuses on:
1. The following is amongst the Agile manifesto principles:
2. Scrum Framework is built on:
3. The following connects teams and users in Scrum:
4. The following Scrum Event helps to inspect and adapt, and act upon feedback:
5. There are 3 artifacts in Scrum. Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog and _____.
6. The following is an agreement amongst the Scrum Team. Serves as a checklist before showcasing in a Sprint Review.
1. The following characteristic of a Product Owner helps to make timely decisions and promotes ownership of the product:
2. When a Developer needs a clarification on a product requirement:
3. A great Product Owner will:
4. How many teams a Product Owner must work with?
5. A Product Owner's business knowledge should be:
1. The following is the right order during a product development journey:
2. A product vision is:
3. Release planning is prescribed by Scrum:
4. Good practice(s) while creating a product vision:
5. Release planning can be done during:
1. A good Product Owner uses the following opportunity(ies) to connect Developers and Customers:
2. A technique used in user-centered interaction design to evaluate a product by testing it on users:
3. A benefit of connecting Developers and Users:
4. Following are few ways to understand user behavior, user preferences, market dynamics etc.
5. Chasm in Product lifecycle means:
1. Scrum provides the following ways to validate product assumptions made by a Product Owner and stakeholders:
2. Validation is the process of testing and verifying the product idea prior to launching the product. Product Owner can use the following validation:
3. The following technique is used by Product Owners to understand user behavior and culture, lives amongst the users for several weeks to a few years to get real-time information:
4. After the product development commences, the following Scrum artifact helps to showcase to users and validate assumptions:
5. User Personas are:
6. A/B Testing means:
1. The attributes of a Product Backlog Item are:
2. Product Roadmap and Product Backlog are prioritized based on the following in the given order:
3. The following is an example of Value:
4. Product Backlog Refinement is an activity in Scrum where:
5. Any new idea or a new Product Backlog Item is:
6. The following Scrum artifact is modified during: Sprint Review, Product Backlog Refinement, Stakeholder discussions, User feedback:
7. Product Backlog is prioritized by the following accountability in Scrum:
8. Product Backlog is updated:
9. A Product Backlog Item is:
10. Product Backlog Refinement focuses on:
1. Following are examples of Agile frameworks, along with Scrum:
2. Scrum works best in the following domain:
3. What should be discussed in a Sprint Review?
4. Following is an Agile principle:
5. A Developer has a general concern about psychological safety within the team meetings. They must be encourage to:
6. The following Scrum accountability creates and communicates a Product Goal:
7. Scrum Guide says: Scrum Team must fulfill (or abandon) one Product Goal before taking on the next. This improves:
8. Kanban is based on below concepts:
9. Extreme Programming suggested the following for collaboration, transparency and quick learning:
10. The following is NOT an artifact in Scrum:
1. Facilitation means:
2. Following is a facilitation technique:
3. A facilitator sets the ground rules and the context:
4. The following is a thought process or method used to generate creative ideas by exploring many possible solutions:
5. The following is not part of Facilitation:
1. Identifying problems, providing suggestions is a:
2. Scrum Master is the coach for the Scrum team.
3. Following are behaviours a coach must develop:
4. Following are different levels in listening:
5. Open-ended questions are Powerful questions, that can take coaching conversations deeper:
6. Imagining one's own self in others' situations is called:
7. A coach's responsibility is:
8. A coach's improvement journey can be:
9. Shu-Ha-Ri is:
10. Sprint delivery responsibility in Scrum is the accountability of:
1. Following are examples of Agile frameworks, along with Scrum:
2. Scrum works best in the following domain:
3. What should be discussed in a Sprint Review?
4. Following is an Agile principle:
5. A Developer has a general concern about psychological safety within the team meetings. They must be encourage to:
6. The following Scrum accountability creates and communicates a Product Goal:
7. Scrum Guide says: Scrum Team must fulfill (or abandon) one Product Goal before taking on the next. This improves:
8. Kanban is based on below concepts:
9. Extreme Programming suggested the following for collaboration, transparency and quick learning:
10. The following is NOT an artifact in Scrum:
1. Facilitation means: