Agile MCQ | Agile Questions and Answers

Q1 What is the purpose of Sprint Review?

  1. Product Owner can show the progress to the stakeholders and get the approval to release the work to the production
  2. To assess the Team’s productivity and possibly record the assessment score against the performance goals
  3. To inspect the working software with the key stakeholders and take the insights from the feedback to next Sprint
  4. So that the Scrum Team can reorganize for the next Sprint
  5. Stakeholders and team discuss the Sprint Backlog for next Sprint
E) Stakeholders and team discuss the Sprint Backlog for next Sprint

Q2 …. Improves the flow of Business idea through its development and release to users

  1. Good Requirements Management Tool
  2. Waterfall method
  3. DevOps practices
  4. Beta release
  5. Change Control Board (CCB)
C) DevOps practices

Q3 The Agile approach to documentation is:

  1. Do no documentation as it is a waste of time
  2. Do just enough documentation to support the development and use of the product
  3. Do sufficient documentation to prove you have done a good job
  4. Do more documentation than usual, because Agile is risky
  5. Agile manifestation mandates zero documentation
B) Do just enough documentation to support the development and use of the product

Q4 Increasing number of TCS customers are moving to the Agile way of working. Why is this a true statement?

  1. For last few years, there is a double digit increment in number of Agile projects (per iPMS) year on year
  2. In 90% of executive conversations, customers bring in Agile as a topic of conversation
  3. For all new engagements, TCS mandates Agile
  4. This is not a true statement
  5. Both A and B
E) Both A and B

Q5 The Agile way is:

  1. To produce working software of high business value and of the right quality, early and incrementally
  2. To produce working software only after requirements documentation has been signed of by the Product Owner
  3. To produce simple prototypes early, and release all only at the end of the project
  4. Each developer to sit with business every day, code as they mutually discuss, and move to production when the business seems satisfied
A) To produce working software of high business value and of the right quality, early and incrementally

Q6 Who manages the Team’s work during a Sprint?

  1. The Scrum Master manages the people so they can complete the work
  2. The team manages the work by self-organizaton
  3. The Product Owner manages the work
B) The team manages the work by self-organizaton

Q7 Which of these is a benefit of Agile?

  1. Reduced Risk
  2. Faster time to market
  3. Ability to respond to changing requirements
  4. Improved collaboration between business and technical team
  5. All of these
E) All of these

Q8 Which of the following statements BEST describe why Agile is winning

  1. Products produced by an Agile approach are cheaper than those produced by any other approach
  2. Agile increases the chances of delivering early business value to the market and quickly incorporate the feedback from the market usage
  3. Products have faster time to market but may not meet immediate customer needs
  4. Products are expensive when compared with products produced by other approaches, but are of top quality

B)  Agile increases the chances of delivering early business value to the market and quickly incorporate
the feedback from the market usage

Q9 Who owns the Product Backlog?

  1. Scrum Team
  2. Product Owner
  3. Scrum Master
  4. Business Analyst
  5. Technical Lead
B) Product Owner

Q10 Scrum defines …. roles, …. events and …. Artifacts

  1. 3-5-3
  2. 5-3-3
  3. 3-3-5
  4. 5-5-3
A) 3-5-3

Q11 Which of the following statements are correct?

  1. Agile and Design Thinking are same
  2. Design Thinking is about Product Development. Agile manifesto is about Sofware Development
  3. Design Thinking is finding the right things and Agile is about building the right things
  4. Design Thinking is building the right things and Agile is about finding the right things
B) C)

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