BUSI 681 Quiz 8

BUSI 681 Quiz 8 Liberty University

  1. Specific features are created using Scrum methodology according to four distinct phases: analysis, design, monitor, and test.
  2. Plan driven methods of Project Management will suffer when the project Scope and Technology are not fully known.
  3. Scrum relies on three key roles. A person who facilitates the Scrum process and resolves impediments at the team and organizational level is called a
  4. When considering traditional versus agile project management, all of the following are part of the agile project management model EXCEPT
  5. Scrum uses a series of coordinated meetings to manage the development process. During which of the following are goals and the general plan for the project established?
  6. The _________ is the customer’s prioritized list of key features desired when the project is completed.
  7. In many cases, _________ only begin to understand what they actually desire when they are provided with someone’s impression of what they want.
  8. _______________ is the Agile principle describes the process that teams goes through to solve problems to deliver on features expressed by the stakeholder(s).
  9. While agile project management does not consist of one set method, most methods are based on similar principles. Which of the following agile project management principles would be described when testing assumptions early and building working prototypes to solicit customer feedback and refine product requirements?
  10. While agile project management does not consist of one set method, most methods are based on similar principles. Which of the following agile project management principles would be described when teams reflect, learn, and adapt to change, and when project work updates the plan?
  11. Traditional approaches to project management concentrate firmly on thorough planning up front.
  12. In Scrum methodology, it is important to make sure roles and titles are clear when developing a team.
  13. Traditional approaches to project management concentrate firmly on
  14. Scrum uses a series of coordinated meetings to manage the development process. During which of the following is it discussed what was done since the last meeting, what will be done before the next meeting, and if anything is limiting performance?
  15. Agile methods can be used on larger scale projects in which several teams are working on different features at the same time. In practice this condition is called
  16. Agile Project Management lends itself to large teams that can complete work packages simultaneously.
  17. Scrum relies on three key roles. A person who acts on behalf of customers to represent their interests and who is responsible for ensuring that the development team focuses their efforts on developing a project that will fulfill the business objective of the project is called a
  18. Owners have the option to change features and priorities at the end of each sprint if desired. However, no changes should be made once a sprint has started.
  19. Securing the cooperation of customers to devote the necessary time to support agile project management is a common source of frustration in the field.
  20. The goal of each sprint is to produce fully functional features.
  21. When the project scope and/or technology are not fully known, things become much less predictable.
  22. ___________ represents the amount of work the team commits to complete during the next sprint.
  23. The Scrum master is not the leader of the team but acts as a buffer between the team and outside interferences.
  24. The product owner has the option to change features and priorities at the end of each sprint if desired.
  25. While agile project management does not consist of one set method, most methods are based on similar principles. Which of the following agile project management principles would be described when team members decide among themselves who should do what and what should be done?
  26. When considering the agile project management process, at the end of each iteration
  27. Traditional project management requires a fairly high degree of predictability to be effective.
  28. Agile project management is ideal for exploratory projects in which requirements need to be discovered and new technology tested.
  29. Each new iteration replaces the work of the previous iterations and adds new capabilities to the evolving to produce a next expanded version of the product.
  30. Using traditional approaches to project management, once the project scope has been firmly established, every detail of the project is defined through the ________.
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