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ACP PMI 20 Adaptive Planning ACP20Adaptive Planning ACP20Adaptive Planning ACP20Adaptive Planning ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning,ACP20Adaptive Planning, Question: of 15 QID: 6330 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning You and your Agile team are currently making team commitments regarding what features will be progressed or completed prior to the next planning meeting Which meeting is this? A A Backlog grooming B B Daily meeting C C Iteration planning D D Sprint retrospective Explanation B - During daily planning teams make, assess, and revise their daily plans During daily meetings, teams constrain the planning horizon to be no further away than the next day, when they will meet again Daily meetings are also used to make team commitments [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 28] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Incorrect Mark: / Time Taken: Seconds Question: of 15 QID: 6318 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning When grooming and prioritizing the user stories in the product backlog, which of the following ranking approaches can be used? A A Ranking with story size multiplied with the number of team members B B Ranking with story size divided by the number of sprints C C Ranking with sprint size divided by the number of sprints D D Ranking with value including the cost of delay divided by duration Explanation D - Many ranking methods exist but they all pivot around organizational value Only one of the given choices pivots around value: ranking with value including cost of delay divided by duration [Agile Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 59] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6329 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Which of the following planning activities is NOT part of release planning? A A Prioritizing user stories B B Developing a milestone schedule C C Selecting an iteration length D D Assigning resources to tasks Explanation D - During release planning we not want to create a plan that indicates which resources will be assigned to which tasks or the sequence in which work will be performed within an iteration Creating a plan with that level of detail is dangerous and misleading during release planning [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 132] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6326 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Which of the following refers to the progressive elaboration of project requirements and the ongoing activity in which the team collaboratively reviews, updates, and writes requirements to satisfy the needs of the customer request? A A Conditions of satisfaction determination B B Backlog refinement C C Process mapping D D Root cause analysis Explanation B - Backlog refinement refers to the progressive elaboration of project requirements and the ongoing activity in which the team collaboratively reviews, updates, and writes requirements to satisfy the needs of the customer request [Agile Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 150] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6321 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Which of the following is the Agile view on detailed cost estimates for projects with high degrees of uncertainty or those where the scope is not yet fully defined? A A Agile projects not involve detailed cost estimates due to frequent changes B B Agile projects not involve detailed cost estimates due to the absence of a scope baseline C C Detailed cost estimates for the project are determined early but adjusted as new information become D D Detailed cost estimates are reserved for short-term planning horizons Explanation D - Agile projects with high degrees of uncertainty or those where the scope is not yet fully defined may not benefit from detailed cost calculations for the entire project due to frequent changes However, detailed costs are estimated for short-term planning horizons in a just-in-time fashion [Agile Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 92] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6325 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Which of the following Agile tools is not targeted toward identifying problems and bottlenecks? A A Product backlog B B Daily standups C C Retrospectives D D Kanban board Explanation A - During daily standups each team member gets an opportunity to discuss any impediments to his/her work Kanban boards visually show the team's WIP and highlight bottlenecks The team discusses what went right and what went wrong during retrospectives Product backlog in itself is least helpful in identifying any bottlenecks or issues [Agile Practice Guide, 1st edition, Pages 50, 52, 53, 103] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6323 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning The Kano model gives us an approach to separate features into three categories: musthave features, linear features, and delighters The 'must have' features are also known as: A A Threshold features B B Exciting features C C Boundary features D D Baseline features Explanation A - Threshold features are those that must be present in the product for it to be successful They are often referred to as "must-have features" [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 110] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6319 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning A product is required to be shipped in six months If the release plan contains thirteen two-week iterations with on average twenty story points per iteration, what is the project size? A A 12 story points B B 260 story points C C 120 story points D D 40 story points Explanation B - There will be 13 two-week iterations in a six-month period With an average of 20 story points per iteration, the project size will be 260 story points [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 132] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6317 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Story points are a unit of measure for expressing the overall size of a user story When we estimate with story points we assign a point value to each item Which of the following is the correct scale for estimating story points? A A Nominal scale B B Ordinal scale C C Agile scale D D Cardinal scale Explanation D - The raw value of story points we assign is unimportant What matters is the relative values A story that is assigned a 20 should be twice as much as a story that is assigned a 10 Nominal and ordinal scales cannot be used Agile teams use cardinal scale to estimate story points (NOTE: Nominal scales are used to "name," or label a series Ordinal scales provide good information about the order of choices Cardinal scales give us the order of values + the ability to quantify the difference between each one There is no such thing as an Agile scale.) [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 36] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: 10 of 15 QID: 6328 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning According to the Kano model, which of the following statements regarding the "musthave" features is correct? A A The "must-have" features only increase customer satisfaction if all delighters have been provided B B The increase in the number of "must-have" features is directly proportional to the increase of custom C C The increase in the number of "must-have" features is inversely proportional to the increase of custo D D Once some amount of a must-have feature has been implemented, customer satisfaction cannot be in Explanation D - According to the Kano model, once some amount of a must-have feature has been implemented, customer satisfaction cannot be increased by adding more of that feature Also, no matter how much of a must-have feature is added, customer satisfaction never rises above the mid-point [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 110] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: 11 of 15 QID: 6327 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Which of the following Agile events is not primarily designed to generate feedback on either project approach or project deliverable? A A Usability testing B B Planning poker C C Retrospective D D Demonstration Explanation B - Planning poker is an Agile estimating technique and not a feedback solicitation technique Planning poker combines expert opinion, analogy, and disaggregation into an enjoyable approach to estimating that results in quick but reliable estimate [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 56] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: 12 of 15 QID: 6322 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Agile approaches not require developing a formal scope management plan or a WBS In Agile projects, which of the following makes up the high-level project scope? A A Product backlog B B Release plan C C Burndown chart D D Scope statement Explanation A - The backlog is the ordered list of all the work, presented in story form, for a team At any given point in time, the current produce backlog defines the current project scope [Agile Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 52] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: 13 of 15 QID: 6320 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning Which of the following is the main benefit of estimating ideal time rather than estimating elapsed time for user stories? A A Ideal time, measured in hours, is more accurate than elapsed time which is usually measured in days B B It is almost always far easier and accurate to predict the duration of an event in ideal time than in ela C C Ideal time estimation allows Agile teams to individually size user stories D D It is usually impossible to estimate a user story size in elapsed time Explanation B - Ideal time is the amount of time that something takes when stripped of all peripheral activities Elapsed time is the amount of time from the start to finish of an activity It is almost always far easier and accurate to predict the duration of an event in ideal time than in elapsed time [Cohn, M., 2006 Agile Estimating and Planning 1st ed Massachusetts: Pearson Education Page 43] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: 14 of 15 QID: 6324 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning An Agile team working on a data center migration project has accrued substantial technical debt What should be done now? A A Re-prioritize the backlog B B Develop a minimum viable product C C Drop stories from the backlog D D Increase the team size Explanation A - Technical debt refers to the deferred cost of work not done at an earlier point in the product life cycle This is sunk cost and cannot be recovered However, the team must ensure that the current product backlog is updated with current organizational priorities [Agile Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 154] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: 15 of 15 QID: 6331 [1 Mark] Section: 20-Adaptive Planning You are leading an Agile team developing an enterprise automation system You have scheduled the next project iteration planning meeting with the team members next week Which of the following action items must be completed prior to the iteration planning meeting? A A Nothing, the self-organizing Agile team will everything themselves B B Conduct root cause analysis C C Refine the backlog D D Estimate the user stories Explanation C - In iteration-based Agile, the product owner often works with the team to prepare some stories for the upcoming iteration The purpose of these meetings is to groom enough stories so the team understands what the stories are and how large the stories are in relation to each other [Agile Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 52] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Correct Mark: / Time Taken: Second ... edition, Page 59] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6329 [1 Mark] Section: 20- Adaptive Planning Which of the following planning activities... Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 52] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: 13 of 15 QID: 6 320 [1 Mark] Section: 20- Adaptive Planning Which of the following is... Practice Guide, 1st edition, Page 150] [Adaptive Planning] Status: Unanswered Mark: / Time Taken: Second Question: of 15 QID: 6321 [1 Mark] Section: 20- Adaptive Planning Which of the following is
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