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WEEK 1QUIZ ANSWERS

Test your knowledge: The Agile approach

Question 1)
What is a deliverable?

  • Any communications sent from one party to another during a project
  • A tangible outcome from a project that provides customer value
  • The tasks produced during a project
  • The team feedback gathered during a project

Question 2)
What is the difference between Agile and Waterfall project management approaches? Select all that apply.

  • Agile and Waterfall approaches are the same. There are no major differences between the two.
  • Agile is a less linear approach than Waterfall.
  • Waterfall is more flexible than Agile, as it accounts for changes in stakeholdersโ€™ needs as the project progresses.
  • Waterfall aims for predictability and tries to avoid change, while Agile embraces the reality that the world is uncertain and unpredictable.

Question 3)
When it comes to deliverables, what are the differences between Waterfall and Agile? Select all that apply.

  • Agile and Waterfall project deliverable releases follow a comparable schedule.
  • Agile projects have one major release, at the end of the project.
  • Agile project deliverable releases are smaller and more frequent throughout the project.
  • Waterfall project deliverable releases are often at the end of the project.

Question 4)
What are the benefits of Agile projects? Select all that apply.

  • They help the customer realizeโ€”and receiveโ€”the product they really wanted.
  • They seek out ways to work more efficiently by streamlining processes without losing value.
  • They embrace the reality that the world, markets, and users are uncertain and unpredictable.
  • They deliver one product release at the end of the project, which helps save time and energy.

 

Test your knowledge: The Agile Manifesto

Question 1)
Which of the following statements best describe the Agile Manifesto? Select all that apply.

  • The Manifesto lays out a software development process that is flexible and focuses on people.
  • The Manifesto captures Agileโ€™s values and reinforcing principles to support Agile project management planning and processes.
  • The Manifesto establishes a new approach that proves the Waterfall model wrong.
  • The Manifesto helps project managers and stakeholders focus on end products and deliverables rather than on users.

Question 2)
Fill in the blank: The Agile Manifesto emphasizes _____ over processes and tools.

  • feedback and procedures
  • individuals and interactions
  • flexibility and communication
  • communication and feedback

Question 3)
How many values and principles make up the Agile Manifesto?

  • 4 values, 14 principles
  • 14 values, 10 principles
  • 4 values, 12 principles
  • 5 values, 14 principles

Question 4)
Which of the following projects are best suited to an Agile approach? Select all that apply.

  • Projects with clear client expectations that face minimal uncertainty
  • Projects that are complex and fast-paced
  • Projects that are susceptible to change or uncertainty
  • Projects with a set design and goals that are unlikely to change

Question 5)
Fill in the blank: VUCA is an acronym that stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and _____.

  • alternatives
  • ambiguity
  • adaptability
  • assumptions

 

Test your knowledge: Agile frameworks

Question 1)
Which of the following statements about Scrum are true? Select all that apply.

  • Scrum is an acronym for the processes that make up the Agile methodology.
  • Scrum refers to a specific Agile framework that features teams working closely together to get the project across the finish line, like players in a rugby match.
  • Scrum refers to a football teamโ€™s protective equipment.
  • Scrum gets its name from a formation in rugby where all of the players lean forward, lock their heads together, and get possession of the ball so they can gain precious yards and score.

Question 2)
What are some takeaways from the Spotify example? Select all that apply.

  • Copy othersโ€™ models exactly.
  • Adapt based on your teamโ€™s goals.
  • Donโ€™t be afraid of trial and error.
  • Never stop improving.

Question 3)
What are the roles within a Scrum Team? Select all that apply.

  • Project Manager
  • Scrum Master
  • Development Team
  • Product Owner

Question 4)
Which Agile methodology provides transparent visual feedback to everyone who might be interested in the status of work in progress?

  • Scrum
  • Lean
  • Kanban
  • Extreme Programming (XP)

 

Weekly Challenge 1 Quiz Answers

Question 1)
What does it mean to say that Agile project management takes an iterative approach? Select all that apply.

  • The activities are completed in a linear fashion
  • The project processes are repeated
  • The team operates within many shorter blocks of time
  • The team takes a subset of all the projectโ€™s activities and does all the work

Question 2)
Why was the Agile Manifesto developed? Select all that apply.

  • The Agile Manifesto was designed to be a guide that would help project teams please their customers.
  • The Agile Manifesto was developed to help keep processes flexible and focused on people: both the team and the users, over the end products or deliverables.
  • The Agile Manifesto was developed to help project managers meet deadlines and stay within their budgets.
  • The Agile Manifesto was designed by thought leaders and creators of new methodologies that came together to find common ground between their methods to solve a problem.

Question 3)
What are the four values of the Agile Manifesto? Select all that apply.

  • Responding to change over following a plan
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
  • Prioritizing documentation over processes
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation

Question 4)
How do Agile teams collaborate with their business partners and stakeholders to create business value for the organization and their users? Select all that apply.

  • Work together with business people and developers throughout the project
  • Help each other achieve the best outcome
  • Gather feedback at the end of the project only
  • Welcome changing requirements

Question 5)
Youโ€™re the lead project manager at Office Green LLC, a commercial landscaping company focused on interior plant design. Your companyโ€™s market research team identifies a major shift to workers setting up home offices. Your team wants to pursue this business opportunity.

The goal is to deliver their new service, called Virtual Verde, and you donโ€™t have any existing project plans to build off of or time to do a lot of prep work. Which factors do you face? Select all that apply.

  • Budget constraints
  • Volatility
  • Complexity
  • Uncertainty and ambiguity

Question 6)
In the VUCA concept, what does volatility refer to? Select all that apply.

  • The high number of interrelated forces that influence a project
  • A lack of predictability
  • A high likelihood of disruptions in your operations
  • The rate of change and churn in a business or situation

Question 7)
As a project manager, what are some reasons you might choose to follow a Scrum methodology? Select all that apply.

  • It offers a regular and predictable meeting and delivery schedule, with predefined agendas and outcomes for the meetings.
  • It supports and reinforces the Waterfall model.
  • Itโ€™s free and open for everyone.
  • It has clear roles and responsibilities for your team, but emphasizes the power of the team as a whole.

Question 8)
What are the five principles of Lean methodology? Select all that apply.

  • Establish pull
  • Collect feedback
  • Create flow
  • Define value
  • Pursue perfection
  • Map value stream

Question 9)
Fill in the blank: To get the full benefits from Agile, you must adopt not only its processes, but also its _____.

  • terminology
  • software
  • mindset
  • platform

Question 10)
As a project manager, you’re leading a project that has an initial set of requirements at kick off, but you know this list will grow and change. Your team will work with stakeholders to prioritize requirements as the project moves forward. What approach is the best choice for your project?

  • Linear
  • Waterfall
  • Agile
  • Scrum

 

WEEK 2 QUIZ ANSWERS

Test your knowledge: Scrum roles

Question 1)
What is the primary role of the Development Team, also known as Developers?

  • Build the product
  • Ensure the team is building the right product
  • Help the team understand why their work matters
  • Maximize the value of the product delivered by the team

Question 2)
What are the primary responsibilities of a Product Owner? Select all that apply.

  • Prioritizes the Product Backlog to optimize delivery and value to customers
  • Ensures the Product Backlog is visible and transparent to all
  • Coaches the Scrum Team
  • Makes sure the product or service fulfills the customerโ€™s needs

Question 3)
What is the primary role of the Scrum Master?

  • They work to continuously maximize the value of the product delivered by the Scrum Team.
  • They promote and support the Scrum process by helping everyone understand and implement Scrum.
  • They do the work to build the product.
  • They ensure the team is building the right product.

Question 4)
Imagine you are a Scrum Master coaching Developers to embrace the traits of an effective Development Team: being cross-functional, self-organizing, and supportive. Which additional trait should effective Development Teams display?

  • They should share expertise in the same discipline.
  • They should work as individuals rather than as a team.
  • They should be customer-oriented.
  • They should operate independently, without direct oversight from the Product Owner.

 

Weekly Challenge 2 Quiz Answers

Question 1)
In the three pillars of Scrum Theory, what does inspection refer to? Select all that apply.

  • Allowing stakeholders a look into project plans
  • Continuously checking in on progress and deliverables to detect any undesirable changes
  • Performing regular evaluations in order to find improvements
  • Conducting timely checks towards the outcome of a sprint goal to detect undesirable variances

Question 2)
In Agile, what is a mission statement?

  • A short statement that gives your team something to work towards and stays constant throughout the project.
  • A short statement that shows stakeholders what your teamโ€™s values are.
  • A short statement that helps your team imagine what the work will be like when theyโ€™re done.
  • A short statement that explains specific tasks your team members should work on.

Question 3)
Fill in the blank: In Scrum, the _____ often assumes the role of the Scrum Master.

  • Development Team Member
  • Stakeholder
  • project manager
  • Product Owner

Question 4)
What are a Product Ownerโ€™s responsibilities? Select all that apply.

  • Facilitate Scrum events such as the Sprint Planning and Retrospective
  • Help the team understand the overall goal and mission of the project
  • Make sure the product fulfills the customersโ€™ needs
  • Clearly communicate and prioritize the Product Backlog

Question 5)
What are some of the main responsibilities of a Scrum Master? Select all that apply.

  • Facilitates scrum events such as Sprint Retrospectives
  • Acts as the voice of the customer
  • Minimizes unhelpful interactions or interruptions coming from outside of the team
  • Coaching team members to use Agile and Scrum practices

Question 6)
What are the benefits of locating a team in the same physical space (also known as co-locating)? Select all that apply.

  • The team works across time zones by coordinating schedules.
  • The team collaborates effectively over video conferencing platforms.
  • The team gets together quickly to get work done or solve a problem.
  • The team delivers a higher quality of work at a quicker rate.

Question 7)
Fill in the blank: Product Owners should be _____.

  • customer-focused
  • meeting-facilitators
  • cross-functional
  • Agile leaders

Question 8)
A team member runs into an issue within the project but they arenโ€™t sure how to fix it. They share this problem with the team to ensure everyone is aware of the challenge they encountered.

What core Scrum value is embodied in this scenario?

  • Openness
  • Commitment
  • Focus
  • Respect

Question 9)
What are attributes of a project team that uses Scrum development? Select all that apply.

  • Cross-functional
  • Self-managing
  • Customer-oriented
  • Independent

Question 10)
Which of the following are responsibilities that a Product Owner would typically have and a project manager would not have? Select all that apply.

  • Create and communicate Product Backlog items
  • Timebox management
  • Monitor team performance
  • Manage stakeholders

 

WEEK 3 QUIZ ANSWERS

Test your knowledge: The Product Backlog

Question 1)
Which Scrum Role is primarily responsible for owning and updating the Product Backlog?

  • High-Influence Stakeholder
  • Development Team
  • Product Owner
  • Scrum Master

Question 2)
Which of the following are key characteristics of a Product Backlog? Select all that apply.

  • It is owned and adjusted by the entire team.
  • It is a living artifact.
  • It is a prioritized list of features.
  • It is rarely updated.

Question 3)
What long-term objective for the Scrum Team is included in the Product Backlog?

  • Product Owner
  • Product Goal
  • Sprint Goal
  • Product requirements document

Question 4)
When building a Product Backlog, you include how much effort the Developers state it will take to finish an item. You should capture this information in which Backlog item attribute?

  • Item estimate
  • Item value field
  • Item order
  • Item description

Question 5)
When building a Product Backlog, you compare the importance of each Backlog item to the other Backlog items. This helps you rank and organize the Backlog items from highest to lowest priority. You should capture this information in which Backlog item attribute?

  • Item description
  • Item effort estimate
  • Item order
  • Item value

 

Test your knowledge: The Sprint

Question 1)
Which of the following are included in a Sprintโ€™s set of events? Select all that apply.

  • Sprint Planning
  • Sprint Review
  • Daily Scrum
  • Sprint Closing
  • Sprint Retrospective

Question 2)
What are the benefits of timeboxes? Select all that apply.

  • They create a sense of urgency to drive prioritization.
  • They help the team develop a predictable rhythm to their work.
  • They provide a window of focus to improve productivity.
  • They enable the team to visually understand the work.

Question 3)
How long is a typical Sprintโ€™s timebox?

  • Between one and three days
  • Between one and four weeks
  • Between two and three months

Question 4)
Which of the following factors should you consider when setting the length of a Sprintโ€™s timebox? Select all that apply.

  • The expected frequency of changes
  • How much focused time the solution Developers need to build a Backlog item
  • The likelihood that the project will go over budget
  • How much overheadโ€”such as testing and reviewโ€”goes into the delivery of the product

 

Weekly Challenge 3 Quiz Answers

Question 1)
Which of the following best describes why Scrum Teams refer to the Product Backlog as a living artifact?

  • The Product Owner adds items at any time.
  • The stakeholders can add items at any time.
  • The Product Owner only adds items at the end of a Sprint.
  • The team only adds items at the end of a Sprint.

Question 2)
Which of the following exhibit the best practices for formatting a user story?

  • Paint the clientโ€™s home to increase its value and protect its exterior surfaces.
  • Paint my home because as a homeowner, it will increase its value and protect its exterior surfaces.
  • Paint the clientโ€™s home because they want to increase the value of their home and protect its exterior surface.
  • As the homeowner, I want my home painted, so that it increases the value of my home and protects the exterior surfaces.

Question 3)
As a Product Owner doing story estimation, you tell your team to keep their initial estimate private. This allows team members to form an independent opinion before sharing. Which effective estimation characteristic does this refer to?

  • Lead to effort discovery
  • Avoid anchoring bias
  • Build team trust
  • Promote inclusivity

Question 4)
Fill in the blank: The amount of work a Product Owner plans for the Sprint is based on _____.

  • the future capacity of the team
  • direction from the stakeholders
  • direction from the customer
  • the historical capacity of the team

Question 5)
Which of the following is a key deliverable of Sprint Planning?

  • Retrospective notes
  • A burndown chart
  • The Sprint Backlog
  • The project charter

Question 6)
What typically occurs during the Sprint Review? Select all that apply.

  • Demonstrate and inspect the product.
  • Discuss how to better work as a team.
  • Explore which items should be considered done in the Backlog.
  • Synchronize and prioritize activities for the team.

Question 7)
Fill in the blank: Retrospectives in Scrum happen _____ a traditional project.

  • more often than in
  • as often as in
  • less often than in

Question 8)
Whatโ€™s the overall goal of a burndown chart?

  • Serve as a communication tool for outside stakeholders
  • Keep the team aware of how theyโ€™re doing against their goals
  • Provide a way to compare productivity among teams
  • Quantify performance for individual team members

Question 9)
Why would a Scrum Team use a Kanban board? Select all that apply.

  • To visualize tasks
  • To take fewer notes
  • To make it easier to notice work-in-progress (WIP) limits
  • To give a better sense of the teamโ€™s flow of work

Question 10)
Utilizing tools in Scrum helps make the team fully aware of progress and updates. This embodies which Scrum pillar?

  • Inspection
  • Commitment
  • Transparency
  • Adaptation

 

WEEK 4 QUIZ ANSWERS

Activity: Make changes to your release plan

Did you complete this activity?

  • Yes
  • No

Question 2)
What questions should you ask when there is a last-minute change, like the Bonsai tree supplier no longer carrying Bonsai trees? Select all that apply.

  • How can we make the minimum amount of changes and keep our release plan on track?
  • Does the update require your team to take action?
  • Do you need to consult anyone to make a decision?
  • Do you need additional information to help reach a decision?

Question 3)
What are the best options for addressing the vendor database issue? Select all that apply.

  • Go back to the old software temporarily while the new is being fixed
  • Shut down all ordering and shipping until the problem can be solved
  • Manually track inventory until the software is fixed
  • Purchase new software/new database

Question 4)
What are some possible options for addressing the Bonsai tree supply issue? Select all that apply.

  • Replace the Bonsai trees with a different plant
  • Source Bonsai trees elsewhere
  • Pass the issue along to someone else
  • Remove Bonsai trees from the website until you find a new vendor

 

Test your knowledge: Agile coaching

Question 1)
What is the difference between managing and coaching?

  • Managing is about listening; coaching is about asserting.
  • Managing is about giving direction; coaching is about teaching.
  • Managing is about encouraging the team; coaching is about delegating tasks.
  • Managing is used in Agile; coaching is used in Waterfall.

Question 2)
Which of the following responsibilities are part of your role as an Agile coach? Select all that apply.

  • Provide feedback to the team.
  • Celebrate and learn with the team.
  • Solve problems for the team.
  • Design the plays (detail how work gets done) with the team.

Question 3)
What part of your role as an Agile coach involves reviewing your teamโ€™s performance to find patterns that work or need improvement?

  • Provide feedback to the team.
  • Design the plays (detail how work gets done) with the team.
  • Celebrate and learn with the team.

Question 4)
How can you help your team build confidence and capabilities through coaching? Select all that apply.

  • Encourage and appreciate them by expressing confidence in their efforts.
  • Support them by acting as an accessible resource.
  • Assist them by stepping in to solve difficult problems.
  • Motivate them by pointing out the value in their work.

 

Test your knowledge: Agile challenges

Question 1)
Imagine you are the Scrum Master launching the first phase of services for a company project. Your team takes a long time to finish tasks and, as a result, they are a month behind schedule. How can you diagnose the problem and help your team hit their targets? Select all that apply.

  • Use Retrospectives to discover opportunities to improve how the team is working.
  • Replace slower team members with more efficient ones.
  • Run more demos of solutions with the team to identify areas for improvement.
  • Prioritize the right user stories and focus on only a few per Sprint.

Question 2)
Which of the following are signs that an Agile team may be experiencing issues with team dynamics and culture? Select all that apply.

  • High team productivity
  • High team conflict
  • Low team conflict
  • Low team morale

Question 3)
As a project manager or Scrum Master, which of the following strategies can help you fix issues with team dynamics and culture? Select all that apply.

  • Change up the teamโ€™s workflows.
  • Ask project stakeholders to intervene.
  • Take a training class together.
  • Run a team brainstorm session about how to work better together.

Question 4)
During a Retrospective, you discover that your team cannot deliver the product on schedule because you set an unrealistic expectation with your stakeholders. What can you do to ensure a healthy roadmap management plan going forward? Select all that apply.

  • Promote knowledge sharing between the Product Owner and the Development Team.
  • Simplify the roadmap by scaling back the project scope.
  • Hold regular roadmap reviews with the entire team.
  • Agree up front about how to handle new ideas and opportunities.

 

Test your knowledge: Frameworks for scaling Agile

Question 1)
Which two of the following are frameworks for scaling Agile in a larger organization?

  • DevOps
  • Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
  • Business agility
  • Scrum of Scrums

Question 2)
Which scaled Agile framework coordinates multiple Scrum Teams and integrates their work to create one larger, cohesive deliverable?

  • Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)
  • Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS)
  • Scrum of Scrums
  • Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

Question 3)
What is the benefit of business agility?

  • It serves as a strict instruction manual for scaling Agile, rather than a general framework.
  • It combines software development with IT operations.
  • It helps teams rapidly evolve large-scale software systems.
  • It helps organizations thrive in high-VUCA environments.

Question 4)
Imagine you are a project manager at a video game company. Your last large-scale software release contained so many technical issues that they upset your customers and overwhelmed your Developers. To ensure that your next rollout is secure and reliable, you recruit new team members with information technology (IT) expertise. Which of the following approaches is best for your new project?

  • Business Agility
  • Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
  • DevOps
  • Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS)

 

Weekly Challenge 4 Quiz Answers

Question 1)
Fill in the blank: You can make sure your team delivers value to customers by building the right thing, building the thing right, and _____.

  • running it right
  • scaling as fast as possible
  • running it cheaply
  • selling it right

Question 2)
What are the components of a typical value roadmap?

  • A product vision, a product roadmap, and release plans
  • A product vision, a mission statement, and development plans
  • A product roadmap, a mission statement, and release plans
  • A product roadmap, a vision statement, and development plans

Question 3)
Fill in the blank: In a release plan, product releases happen when _____.

  • the team has developed a working version of a given feature or requirement
  • the project is complete and the team has delivered the final product
  • the customer has asked for the release of a given feature or requirement
  • the feature or requirement is in development and is being iterated upon

Question 4)
What are some of the benefits of developing and maintaining a product roadmap? Select all that apply.

  • Teams understand how their efforts relate to the project vision
  • Stakeholders notice incremental value over the course of the project
  • Teams follow a reliable plan that does not need to change
  • Stakeholders meet with the Product Owner less frequently throughout the project
  • Teams and stakeholders understand the sequence of deliverables

Question 5)
Imagine youโ€™re a project manager creating a project roadmap. You meet with the Product Owner to estimate the teamโ€™s capacity and velocityโ€”their ability to complete work at a certain pace. Which Agile principle does this scenario represent?

  • Stakeholders and the team developers must work together daily throughout the project.
  • Deliver working software frequently, with a preference to the shorter timescale.
  • At regular intervals, the development team meets to reflect on how to become more effective.
  • Agile processes promote sustainable developmentโ€”the team developers should be able to maintain a constant workload.

Question 6)
As a project manager, your organization makes a shift to Agile. To create a sense of urgency, which questions should you ask your team about whatโ€™s working, and whatโ€™s not working right now?

  • What can we do to cut costs in our product creation and Sprint process?
  • How can we help you become more productive and supported in your work?
  • How can we change the company’s stated mission or values to better align with our work?
  • What allows our competitors to outperform us and get their products and features to market more quickly?

Question 7)
Imagine you are a project manager overseeing the adoption of Agile at your organization. When setting goals for the project, you consider the timeline, specific results, and reason for the change. You put this information in a document the whole team can access. Which of the three keys to influence does this scenario demonstrate?

  • Leverage the six sources of influence
  • Clarify measurable results
  • Find vital behaviors

Question 8)
Imagine you are a project manager for a mobile game that is experiencing significant technical issues. While working on the update, your team members appear unhappy and arrive at work late. What can you do to boost morale and improve the quality of deliverables? Select all that apply.

  • Take a training class on team dynamics and how to better work together
  • Require positive attitudes in team meetings
  • Push back the next release date to give the team more time
  • Change up the workflows by pairing people to work together on hard tasks
  • Run a team brainstorm session to identify areas for improvement

Question 9)
What can you do to avoid making too many or unfounded product assumptions? Select all that apply.

  • Conduct surveys or focus groups to double-check assumptions, where necessary.
  • Document assumptions and make them transparent to all.
  • Discuss assumptions as a team.
  • Ask the Product Owner to double-check and approve assumptions.
  • Reuse assumptions from similar, past projects.

Question 10)
Which scaling method is not a true Agile framework, but can help organizations overcome the challenges of scaling?

  • The Spotify Model
  • Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
  • Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS)
  • Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)