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Loosely based upon the TV show, “Who wants to
be a millionaire.®”
Once the question is read, you will have 30
seconds to discuss with your team and record an
answer
Teams answering correctly will be awarded the
monetary value for the question
The winning team will have won the most dollars
This game is the Day 1 Review from our Scrum
Master Certification Training. For more
information on our Agile courses, go to:
http://AgileProjectManagementTraining.com
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Scrum Master does not
A: Facilitate meetings
B: Prioritize the backlog
C: Provide Reporting
D: Coach the team
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What is the Scrum Guide term for
reviewing the backlog in anticipation of
Sprint Planning?
A: Backlog Refinement
B: Backlog Grooming
C: Pre-planning
D: All of the above
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When was a Rugby Term first used to
describe teams in Product Development?
A: 1976
B: 1986
C: 1996
D: 2001
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Which is a key component of Agile
Development?
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A: Requirements should be complete
B: Requirements are able to evolve
C: Change must be minimized
D: Does not address risk
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Which is not a Principle of the Agile
Manifesto?
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A: Working software is delivered
frequently (weeks rather than months)
B: Close, daily co-operation between
business people and developers
C: Projects are built around motivated
individuals, who should be trusted
D: Daily meetings are critical
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What is a Core Principle of Scrum?
A: Be time-boxed
C: Inspect and adapt
B: The Art of Possible
D: All of the Above
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Which is NOT a Scrum Role?
A: Product Owner
B: Team Member
C: Project Manager
D: Scrum Master
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Which of these is true?
A: Scrum doesn't need up front design
B: Scrum means no plan
C: Scrum only works for trivial projects
D: Scrum lets the team figure things out
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Who writes the User Stories?
A: Scrum Master
B: Product Owner
C: Developers
D: None of the Above
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Which one is not a core principle of
Scrum?
A: The Art of Possible
B: Inspect and Adapt
C: Daily Builds
D: Empowered Teams
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Which of these is the most accurate about
the Sprint Planning Meeting?
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A: 1 Session – 4 hours
B: Is managed by Stakeholders
C: Discusses lessons learned
D: Two sessions – 8 hours
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What is the definition of velocity?
A: The number of story points completed
in Sprint
B: The number of user stories in a release
C: The number of items resolved in a
Daily Scrum
D: How fast you get to work in the
morning
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Scrum is:
A: Lightweight
B: Simple to Understand
C: Difficult to Master
D: All of the above
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In which meeting do you capture Lessons
Learned?
A: Sprint Planning
B: Sprint Review
C: Sprint Retrospective
D: Daily Scrum
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Which of the following is not specifically
Scrum terminology?
A: Backlog Refinement
B: User Story
C: Sprints
D: Definition of “Done”
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