Agile Project Management Week 1 All Practice Quiz Answer
Week 1 Practice Quiz 1
Test your knowledge: The Agile approach
What is a deliverable?
- The team feedback gathered during a project
- A tangible outcome from a project that provides customer value
- The tasks produced during a project
- Any communications sent from one party to another during a project
What is the difference between Agile and Waterfall project management approaches? Select all that apply.
- Waterfall aims for predictability and tries to avoid change, while Agile embraces the reality that the world is uncertain and unpredictable.
- Agile is a less linear approach than Waterfall.
- Waterfall is more flexible than Agile, as it accounts for changes in stakeholders’ needs as the project progresses.
- Agile and Waterfall approaches are the same. There are no major differences between the two.
When it comes to deliverables, what are the differences between Waterfall and Agile? Select all that apply.
- Agile project deliverable releases are smaller and more frequent throughout the project.
- Waterfall project deliverable releases are often at the end of the project.
- Agile projects have one major release, at the end of the project.
- Agile and Waterfall project deliverable releases follow a comparable schedule.
What are the benefits of Agile projects? Select all that apply.
- They embrace the reality that the world, markets, and users are uncertain and unpredictable.
- They seek out ways to work more efficiently by streamlining processes without losing value.
- They help the customer realize—and receive—the product they really wanted.
- They deliver one product release at the end of the project, which helps save time and energy.
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Test your knowledge: The Agile Manifesto
- The Manifesto lays out a software development process that is flexible and focuses on people.
- The Manifesto helps project managers and stakeholders focus on end products and deliverables rather than on users.
- The Manifesto captures Agile’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.
- feedback and procedures
- communication and feedback
- individuals and interactions
- flexibility and communication
- 4 values, 14 principles
- 5 values, 14 principles
- 4 values, 12 principles
- 14 values, 10 principles
- Projects that are complex and fast-paced
- Projects with clear client expectations that face minimal uncertainty
- Projects that are susceptible to change or uncertainty
- Projects with a set design and goals that are unlikely to change
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Test your knowledge: Agile frameworks
- 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.
- 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 team’s protective equipment.
- Scrum is an acronym for the processes that make up the Agile methodology.
- Copy others’ models exactly.
- Adapt based on your team’s goals.
- Never stop improving.
- Don’t be afraid of trial and error.
- Product Owner
- Project Manager
- Development Team
- Scrum Master
- Extreme Programming (XP)