Week 3 – Implementing Scrum – Shuffle Q/A 3

37. How do Product Owners typically organize items in the Backlog?

  • From simplest to most complex
  • From easiest to most difficult
  • From highest to lowest priority
  • From most to least time-consuming

38. A Product Owner writing a user story needs the story to fit within the planned Sprint. If the user story is too large, they break it down into multiple scaled-down stories to meet which of the I.N.V.E.S.T. story writing criteria?

  • Independent
  • Negotiable
  • Valuable
  • Small

39. As a Product Owner, you need to add estimates to your Backlog for a small number of items. You’d like your team to reach a consensus on the number of items, and you would also like to incorporate the Fibonacci sequence. Which effort estimation technique should you use?

  • Planning Poker™
  • Affinity Mapping
  • Dot Voting
  • The Bucket System

40. Which of the following indicates that a product meets the Definition of Done? Select all that apply.

  • The product meets half of the acceptance criteria.
  • The Product Owner accepts the story.
  • An independent peer group reviews the product.
  • The product passes all testing requirements.

41. Which of the following tools can help a large team visualize the progress of tasks that are assigned to all the team members?

  • Google Doc
  • Google slides
  • Kanban board
  • Spreadsheets

42. How can tools like Jira and Asana help teams who are practicing Scrum methodologies?

  • They can help store feedback from team retrospectives.
  • Team members can use them to adjust the project budget.
  • They can help track work items in Product Backlog.
  • Team members can use them to present slides.

43. Which of the following is true regarding the factors that determine how long a Sprint should last in the Scrum Methodology?

  • The timeline of a Sprint should be short enough to generate a learning cycle.
  • The stakeholders should decide how long Sprints should be for the team.
  • Sprints should always be set for two weeks for the Scrum Team.
  • Sprints should be as long as possible to allow developers to complete tasks.

44. A Product Owner decides to launch a new product for the clients. Which of the following options must be true for the release to be successful?

  • The features need to meet all of the requirements determined by the stakeholders.
  • The release needs to meet the minimum viable product requirements.
  • The first release of the product only needs to meet up to fifty percent of the requirements.
  • The release needs to meet requirements beyond the product increment.

45. What stakeholder benefit does a team provide when they have a stable velocity and refine their Product Backlog?

  • Able to compare the team to other teams at the company
  • Able to alter the project’s goals, milestones, and deliverables
  • Verify if the team is productive
  • Know approximately how long it will take to complete the Backlog

46. Focus is one of the values of Scrum methodology. Which of the following items can help determine whether a team is being assigned more work than required to focus effectively?

  • The work-in-progress (WIP) limit
  • The stakeholder comments
  • The Product Owner’s performance
  • The client’s feedback

Shuffle Q/A 4

47. Which effort estimation technique involves team members walking around the room and placing stickers on each item?

  • Affinity Mapping
  • Dot Voting
  • The Bucket System
  • Planning Poker™

48. Fill in the blank: The amount of work a Product Owner plans for the Sprint is based on _____.

  • direction from the customer
  • the future capacity of the team
  • direction from the stakeholders
  • the historical capacity of the team

Devendra Kumar

Project Management Apprentice at Google

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