Agile Quiz

Agile Quiz

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This Agile Quiz is carefully and selectively created by Agile expert Shuchi Singla. With this Quiz and we’ll help you analyse your Agile knowledge on basic and expert levels. Lets get started!

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Please read the below instructions carefully before initiating the quiz:

  1. The expected time to finish the quiz is 10 minutes.
  2. The quiz contains 10 questions.
  3. Each correct answer scores 10 marks.
  4. There is no negative marking for incorrect answer.
  5. Your scores will be sent to your email ID.

Q 1. During which project management phase are the product stories delivered?

  • A
    Envision
  • B
    Speculate
  • C
    Explore
  • D
    Adapt

Q 2. Which of the following is NOT done as part of Planning in Agile Project Management?

  • A
    Risk Management
  • B
    Product Vision
  • C
    Slack
  • D
    Done - Done

Q 3. Which of the following is a STORY?

  • A
    "Full-screen demo option for job fair"
  • B
    "Automate integration build"
  • C
    "Deploy to staging server outside the firewall"
  • D
    "Improve performance"

Q 4. Which of the following is NOT example of Information Radiators?

  • A
    Displaying Work Breakdown
  • B
    Displaying Project Status
  • C
    Automated Build Report
  • D
    Iteration Planning

Q 5. Which of the following is NOT a principle from the Agile Manifesto?

  • A
    Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software.
  • B
    Business people and developers must work together daily throughout the project.
  • C
    Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design does not enhance agility.
  • D
    Working software is the primary measure of progress.

Q 6. As per the Kano Model of customer satisfaction, which features are MOST important for the product to be successful?

  • A
    Exciters
  • B
    Linear Features
  • C
    Delighters
  • D
    Threshold

Q 7. Which of the following is NOT true about the Iteration Demos?

  • A
    It?s a concrete demonstration of the team?s progress
  • B
    The demos help the team be honest about its progress.
  • C
    Iteration demos are a closed affair and are shown only to a selected set of stakeholders
  • D
    The demo is an opportunity to solicit regular feedback from the customers

Q 8. Sometimes stories are too small. A good approach for tiny stories, common among Extreme Programming teams, is to combine them into larger stories that represent from about a half-day to several days of work. The combined story is given a name and is then scheduled and worked on just like any other story. Which of the following are NOT examples of small stories?

  • A
    Bug Reports
  • B
    Bugs
  • C
    User Interface Changes
  • D
    A & C

Q 9. At the second level of conflict, i.e. Disagreement, Team members distance themselves from one another to ensure they come out OK in the end or to establish a position for compromise they assume will come. They may talk offline with other team members to test strategies or seek advice and support. What becomes as important as solving the problem?

  • A
    Self protection
  • B
    Satisfy self ego
  • C
    Aim to win
  • D
    None of the above

Q 10. What is the BEST tool for tracking the progress of the project and evaluating the ROI?

  • A
    Sprint Backlog
  • B
    Product Backlog
  • C
    Iteration Backlog
  • D
    None of the above

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