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Three pillars uphold every implementation of empirical process control: transparency, inspection, and adaptation. When does a Development Team member become the sole owner of a Sprint Backlog item? Correct answer: B) You chose: B) Note: This question displayed answer options in random order when taking this Test. At the Sprint planning meeting. Never. All Sprint Backlog Items are "owned" by the entire Development Team, even though each one may be implemented by an individual development team member. Whenever a team member can accommodate more work. During the Daily Scrum. Points: 1 out of 1 Feedback Sprint Backlog and all of its items are collectively owned by the Development Team. No individual team member can claim ownership over an item as this would block communication and collaboration. Which of the following services are appropriate for a Scrum Master in regard to the Daily Scrum? Correct answer: D) You chose: D) Note: This question displayed answer options in random order when taking this Test. Lead the discussions of the Development Team. Ensure that all 3 questions have been answered. Facilitate in a way that ensures each team member has a chance to speak. Teach the Development Team to keep the Daily Scrum within the 15 minute time-box. All answers apply.
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2/10/2019 Finished. 6/15 Question 11 of 30 A) B) C) D) Question 12 of 30 A) B) Points: 1 out of 1 Feedback The Scrum Master ensures that the Development Team has the meeting, but the Development Team is responsible for conducting the Daily Scrum. The Scrum Master teaches the Development Team to keep the Daily Scrum within the 15-minute time-box. The Scrum Master enforces the rule that only Development Team members participate in the Daily Scrum. What is the role of Management in Scrum? Correct answer: C) You chose: C) Note: This question displayed answer options in random order when taking this Test. Continually monitor staffing levels of the Development Team. Monitor the Development Team's productivity. Support the Product Owner with insights and information into high value product and system capabilities. Support the Scrum Master to cause organizational change that fosters empiricism, self-organization, bottom-up intelligence, and intelligent release of software. Identify and remove people that aren't working hard enough. Points: 1 out of 1 Feedback Management has no active role in the actual product development through Scrum. However, management external to the Scrum team is incredibly important in setting the vision and strategy to guide the overall direction of the organization. The Development Team should not be interrupted during the Sprint. The Sprint Goal should remain intact. These are conditions that foster creativity, quality and productivity. Based on this, which of the following is FALSE ?
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  • Spring '19
  • development team, Sprint Nextel

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