Test: The Scrum Quiz
Description: This is a test about the scrum project management methodology
Keywords: scrum agile software project management
The approach was first described by Takeuchi and Nonaka in "The New New Product Development Game."
In Scrum, the prioritized work to be done is referred to as:
The person or persons in charge of the tracking and the updates for the scrum (equivalent to a project manager) is called the:
Scrum is a project management method for agile software development.
A key principle of Scrum is its recognition that during a project, _____% of requirements change.
How frequent are Scrum project status meetings recommended to be held?
twice a day (morning and afternoon)
twice per week (Mondays and Thursdays)
The first description of the Scrum process noted that projects using large, highly structured teams produced the best results.
One of the goals of Scrum is to create a work environment where people are so focused on their tasks that they don't mind working extra hours.
Workplaces and working hours must be energized. – "Working more hours" does not necessarily mean "producing more output."
The product backlog is maintained by:
The Scrum Master
The Product Owner
The Scrum Team
The most encouraged time of day to hold a Scrum status meeting is:
Immediately after lunch
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Scrum is a project management method for agile software development.(True of False) - Answer seems that majority has voted for True - 74%
Ideally Scrum is a Framework and it is not a project management method.
Definition of Scrum (Scrum Guide by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland)
Scrum (n): A framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value.
People who do scrum don't mind working ovefrtime to achive their goals once in a while!
Scrum is a project management method for agile software development.- This answer is False unlike the website says it's True. Scrum is a framework not a method. In the official exam this will result in a false answer!
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If they are incorrect (or garbage), list them please - other will avoid mistakes
As PSM I myself agree with the majority of the comments that some answers are incorrect and/or confusing.
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Garbage questions with no real-world test relevance plus some incorrect answers. Don't rely on this one for your scrum certification preparation!!!
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Several of the questions are wrong (no correct answer in this list), misleading, or make no sense.
This quiz reflects a poor and damaged version of scrum.
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Question-The person or persons in charge of the tracking and the updates for the scrum (equivalent to a project manager) is called the
The job of product owner is to create and prioritize the stories in product back log. So he is the responsible person to track the details . The question is invalid as it confuses the term "Update on scrum"
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