C. Discuss what went well, what didn't, and ways to improve. D. Individually provide status updates on user stories in progress. Answer: C QUESTION: 143 In a Lean Software Development environment, the Project Leader strives to eliminate: A. Work in Process (WIP) and bugs. B. Delays and building what is not needed. C. Defects and features with low value stream values. D. Poor requirements and changing scope. Answer: C QUESTION: 144
During iteration planning, the team is discussing the design for a user story. A team member states that a design document should be started since the system is complex in nature. Another team member responds that in Agile there is no documentation. How should the ScrumMaster respond? A. Agree that documentation should be avoided, since it slows the progress of the team. B. Explain that interactions are valued over documentation, but documentation is not forbidden. C. Ask the manager if the technical processes mandate that designs be documented. D. Ask the Product Owner if it is acceptable for the resources to spend time on documentation. Answer: B QUESTION: 145 For a "caves and commonroom arrangement, the most appropriate prerequisite is that the people in the room must be working on: A. Whatever they choose. B. Individual projects. C. The same set of multiple projects, D. The same project. Answer: D
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- Project Management, Product Owner, acceptance testing, User story