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2/9/2019 Finished. 1/15 Correctly answered Incorrectly answered Missed correct option Question 1 of 30 A) B) C) D) E) Title: Scrum Open Points: 30 out of 30 Percentage: 100% Duration: 00:08:06 Date started: Sat 9th Feb 2019 2:26am Date finished: Sat 9th Feb 2019 2:34am Feedback Congratulations! Your score on the Open assessment demonstrates you know some Scrum basics. Scrum on, Ken Schwaber Statistics by Category All Questions 30 Correct 0 Incorrect The three pillars of empirical process control are: Correct answer: C) You chose: C) Note: This question displayed answer options in random order when taking this Test. Respect For People, Kaizen, Eliminating Waste Planning, Demonstration, Retrospective Inspection, Transparency, Adaptation Planning, Inspection, Adaptation Transparency, Eliminating Waste, Kaizen
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2/9/2019 Finished. 2/15 Question 2 of 30 A) B) C) D) Question 3 of 30 A) B) C) D) Points: 1 out of 1 Feedback Scrum is founded on empirical process control theory, or empiricism. Empiricism asserts that knowledge comes from experience and making decisions based on what is known. Three pillars uphold every implementation of empirical process control: transparency, inspection, and adaptation. When many Development Teams are working on a single product, what best describes the definition of "Done?" Correct answer: C) You chose: C) Note: This question displayed answer options in random order when taking this Test. Each Development Team defines and uses its own. The differences are discussed and reconciled during a hardening Sprint. Each Development Team uses its own but must make their definition clear to all other teams so the differences are known. All Development Teams must have a definition of "Done" that makes their combined work potentially releasable. It depends. Points: 1 out of 1 Feedback Scrum requires an Increment to be releasable. This is an Increment of product. Many teams working on a single product are expected to deliver such an Increment. Development Team membership should change: Correct answer: C) You chose: C) Note: This question displayed answer options in random order when taking this Test. Every Sprint to promote shared learning. Never, because it reduces productivity. As needed, while taking into account a short term reduction in productivity. As needed, with no special allowance for changes in productivity. Points: 1 out of 1
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2/9/2019 Finished. 3/15 Question 4 of 30 A) B) Question 5 of 30 A) B) C) D) Question 6 of 30 Feedback Teams typically go through some steps before achieving a state of increased performance. Changing membership typically reduces cohesion, affecting performance and productivity in the short term. True or False: The Scrum Team should choose at least one high priority process improvement, identified during the Sprint Retrospective, and place it in the Product Backlog.
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