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Agile Project Management Weekly Challenge 4 Quiz Answer

Agile Project Management
Weekly Challenge 4 Quiz Answer

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Weekly Challenge 4

Question 1)
Does delivering value mean improving compliance adherence for a business?

  • Yes. Compliance adherence is the most valuable asset for a business, regardless of what the business needs to accomplish.
  • No. Value only refers to the financial benefits for a business.
  • Sometimes. Value can mean different things for each business based on what they hope to accomplish.

  

Question 2)
Which of the following are components of a typical value roadmap? Select all that apply.

  • A mission statement
  • A product playbook
  • A product roadmap
  • A product vision
  • A release plan

 

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 feature or requirement is in development and is being iterated upon
  • the customer has asked for the release of a given feature or requirement

 

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

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

 

Question 5)
Imagine you are a project manager creating release plans for a new cloud storage service. Your team is performing well, so you decide to push up the estimated release date. Which specific factors do you take into account to make your decision?

  • The team’s willingness and work ethic
  • The team’s experience and the customer’s timeline
  • The team’s capacity and velocity
  • The team’s size and the customer’s budget

 

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 what’s working, and what’s not working right now?

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

 

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
  • Find vital behaviors
  • Clarify measurable results

 

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. 

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

 

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

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

  

Question 10)
Which of the following scaled Agile frameworks involve Scrum Masters meeting frequently to better coordinate work on a single product across teams? 

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

 


Extra Question 

Question 11)
What is the first Agile principle?

  • Satisfy the customer through value-driven delivery
  • Save the customer time through speed-driven delivery
  • Save the customer money through cost-driven delivery
  • Satisfy the customer through mission-driven delivery

 

Question 12)
Which of the following provides an overview of the expected product, its high-level requirements, and an estimated schedule for reaching milestones?

  • A product roadmap
  • A product vision
  • A Product Backlog
  • A value playbook

 

Question 13)
Imagine you’re a project manager creating a project roadmap. You meet with the Product Owner to estimate the team’s capacity and velocity—their ability to complete work at a certain pace. Which Agile principle does this scenario represent?

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

 

Question 14)
Fill in the blank: When overseeing Agile adoption in your organization, you find an executive sponsor who supports the change. The sponsor can help create a sense of _____. 

  • obligation
  • ownership
  • success
  • innovation

 

Question 15)
Imagine you are a project manager overseeing a new set design for a local news network. You notice your team is becoming overwhelmed with critical feedback from producers. Then, your team informs you that they no longer want to receive feedback from the producers. Which Agile principle do these issues impact the most? 

  • Retrospectives
  • Team dynamics and culture
  • Business collaboration
  • Value delivery

 

Question 16)
Does a low level of interpersonal conflict mean that a team is experiencing issues? 

  • Yes. A team that rarely has disagreements is not committed enough to the work.
  • No. A team that rarely has disagreements is more productive than a team that disagrees frequently.
  • Sometimes. If a team rarely has disagreements, it could mean team members don’t feel safe stating their opinions.

 

Question 17)
What can you do to address instability when people leave and join your team frequently? Select all that apply.

  • Use pair programming so new team members can learn on the job.
  • Ask new team members to create up-to-date project documentation before starting work.
  • Use financial incentives to keep team members from leaving.
  • Schedule shorter sprints so departing team members can wrap up work.
  • Create a quick onboarding process for new team members.

 

Question 18)
Which scaling method is not a true Agile framework, but can help organizations overcome the challenges of scaling? 

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

 

Question 19)
Fill in the blank: A(n) _____ is a guide that demonstrates where to go, how to get there, and what to accomplish along the way in order to maximize value.

  • vision roadmap
  • value roadmap
  • release roadmap
  • capacity roadmap

 

Question 20)
Fill in the blank: The product vision defines what the product is, who uses it, and how it supports the customer’s _____.

  • financial gains
  • professional reputation
  • release plan
  • business strategy

 

Question 21)
What are some common pitfalls of making a product roadmap? Select all that apply.

  • Put more work into the roadmap than the deliverables
  • Pressure teams to achieve deadlines no matter what it takes
  • Conduct regular reviews of the roadmap with stakeholders and the team
  • Let stakeholders think the roadmap is set and unchangeable

 

Question 22)
Imagine you are a project manager overseeing the adoption of Agile at your organization. To smooth the transition, you define specific outcomes. You also make sure the measures are visible to the entire team throughout the change. Which of the three keys to influence does this scenario demonstrate? 

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

 

Question 23)
What two problems commonly arise when you fail to implement Scrum completely? Select all that apply. 

  • An increase in interpersonal conflict
  • A temptation to skip events or blend them to save time
  • A decrease in customer satisfaction
  • A loss of clear roles and responsibilities

 

Question 24)
What are the components of a typical value roadmap?

  • 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
  • A product vision, a product roadmap, and release plans

 

Question 25)
Imagine you are a project manager for a company that adopts a new invoicing process. To ensure successful adoption, you schedule training sessions so each team member can develop the skills they need to complete the process. Which of the sources of influence does this scenario demonstrate?

  • Structural ability
  • Personal motivation
  • Social motivation
  • Personal ability
  • Social ability
  • Structural motivation
Question 26)
Imagine you are a project manager for an interior design company that adopts a new invoicing process. To ensure successful adoption, you schedule training sessions to ensure the team has the skills to complete the process. As an incentive, you promise a gift card to the first person to successfully complete the training. Which two of the six sources of influence does this scenario demonstrate? Select all that apply.
  • Structural motivation
  • Personal ability
Question 27)
Fill in the blank: DevOps combines software development with _____.
  • Scrum operations
  • Business operations
  • Information Technology (IT) operations
  • Change management operations
Question 28)
Which of the following are product roadmap best practices? Select all that apply.
  • Make the roadmap highly noticeable to the team and refer to it frequently
  • Indicate highest priority and highest value items
  • Make the roadmap highly visible to stakeholders
  • Conduct regular reviews with sponsors, stakeholders, and the team
Question 29)
Imagine you are a project manager for a software company. Your team plans to develop a new learning management system (LMS) for a local school district by the end of the quarter. Which of the following factors can potentially push back your release plan date? Select all that apply.
  • A member of your development team leaves to take a new job.
  • The Product Owner expands the project to include two additional school districts.
  • Your team realizes an epic will take more time to complete than anticipated.
Question 30)
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 cheaply
  • scaling as fast as possible
  • selling it right
  • running it right

 

Question 31)
Fill in the blank: In a release plan, product releases happen _____.
  • when the team develops a working version of a given feature or requirement
Question 32)
Which of the three core concepts of change management benefits most from asking questions about what’s working and what’s not working right now?
  • Create a sense of ownership and urgency