What is Quality Assurance?
Quality is required not only in products, but also in processes. Quality assurance refers to the evaluation of processes and
standards that govern quality management in a project to ensure that they continue to be relevant. Quality assurance
activities are carried out as part of the work. In fact, quality assurance is a significant factor of the definition of Done. The
deliverable isnt complete if appropriate quality assurance has not been conducted. Often, quality assurance is demonstrated
during the Sprint Review Meeting.
One of the responsibilities of the Scrum Master is to facilitate timely identification of all risks faced by the Scrum Team. As
the Scrum Master for a team working on a banking application project, which of the following techniques would you suggest
for comprehensive risk identification?
While performing a cost-benefit analysis, the Product Owner of a project determined that the project has 45% probability of
incurring a loss of $800,000 due to the latest Land Reform Bill. Which of the following techniques is being used by the
Product Owner to perform cost-benefit analysis?
One of the core principles of Scrum is Empirical Process Control. As a Scrum Master, which of the following statements
would you recognize as the best description of the Empirical Process Control?
Transparency allows all facets of any Scrum process to be observed by anyone. This promotes an easy and transparent flow
of information throughout the organization and creates an open work culture. In Scrum, transparency is depicted through:
i. Project Vision Statement ii. Prioritized Product Backlog iii. Release Planning Schedule
i. Sprint Review Meetings ii. Daily Standup Meetings 3. Information Radiators
i. Burndown Chart ii. Scrumboard
A User Story is considered complete only when the which of the following is/are satisfied?
A) Acceptance Criteria
B) Done criteria
C) Demo to the product owner
D) Non-functional criteria
The senior management of a multi-national company undertakes turnkey projects. To provide better value to customers, the
senior management wants to implement Scrum in the organization.
Which of the following is NOT a Scrum principle that can be used as a selling point to illustrate the benefits of Scrum to
Which one of the following INCORRECTLY matches a type of Scrum Team and a corresponding communication facilitator?
Listed below are some risks and issues that might be encountered during the course of a project. Identify which of the
following are risks (not issues).
A) After extensive training, marketing representatives might still not be ready to take orders after the project is launched.
B) The painting crew might be delayed due to heavy rain, which could negatively impact the project schedule.
C) Funding was not approved.
D) Requirements, as currently defined, are unclear.
The Scrum Master must ensure that a sustainable pace is maintained throughout every Sprint. What does sustainable pace
mean in the context of Scrum?
Scrum can easily be scaled for effective use in large projects with multiple small teams working on the project. Which of the
following facilitates coordination among scrum teams?
There are a lot of people who say Scrum can be used to improve the team productivity but is not scalable. In fact, it can
easily be scaled for effective use in large projects. Multiple Scrum Teams can be formed to work on the project where the
Scrum Team size exceeds ten people. The Convene Scrum of Scrums process facilitates coordination among the Scrum
Teams, enabling effective implementation in larger projects. Multiple Scrum Teams work in parallel in large projects, making
it necessary to synchronize and facilitate the flow of information and enhance communication. The Convene Scrum of
Scrums is the process ensuring this synchronization. The various Scrum Teams are represented in this meeting and the
objectives are to provide updates about progress, discuss challenges faced during the project, and coordinate activities.
Which of the following is the correct format for writing a User Story?
The Scrum Master can help the Product Owner deploy Product Releases and coordinate deployment with the customer by
helping him/her adopt Organizational Deployment methods. Which of the following statements about the deployment
mechanisms of an organization is true?
The deployment mechanisms of each organization tend to be different based on industry, target users, and positioning.
Depending on the product being delivered, deployment can take place remotely or may involve the physical shipping or
transition of an item.
Which of the following statements on Risk Management in a Scrum project is INCORRECT?
A large software company has 8 Scrum teams with each team having a Scrum Master. After the Daily Standup everyday
with their respective teams, all Scrum Masters meet for a Scrum of Scrums. What are they likely to do during this meeting?
Which of the following statements about non-core Scrum roles is correct?