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PSPO-I Exam Dumps - Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO I) Exam

Question # 4

What happens if the Scrum Team cannot complete its work by the end of the Sprint?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Sprint length is unchanged and the Scrum Team continuously learns and adapts.

B.

The Sprint is extended and future Sprints use this new duration.

C.

The Sprint is extended temporarily. Lessons are taken to ensure it does not happen

again.

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Question # 5

What are two effective ways for a Scrum Team to ensure security concerns are satisfied? (choose the best two answers)

A.

Add security concerns to the Definition of Done.

B.

Delegate the work to the security department.

C.

Have the Scrum Team create Product Backlog items for each concern.

D.

Add a Sprint to specifically resolve all security concerns.

E.

Postpone the work until a specialist can perform a security audit and create a list of security-related Product Backlog items.

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Question # 6

In order to maximize the value of the product, a Product Owner needs awareness of the following: (choose the best answer)

A.

Competitive research.

B.

Customer feedback.

C.

Product vision.

D.

Forecasting & feasibility.

E.

All of the above.

F.

None of the above.

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Question # 7

Who is responsible for the sizing of Product Backlog items?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Product Owner with input from the Developers.

B.

The Scrum Master.

C.

The Developers, alone.

D.

The Developers after clarifying requirements with the Product Owner.

E.

The most senior people in the organization, including architects and subject matter

experts.

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Question # 8

When is a Product Backlog item considered complete?

(choose the best answer)

A.

When the item has gained product sponsor approval.

B.

When the item passes all acceptance criteria.

C.

When the item meets the Definition of Done.

D.

At the end of the Sprint.

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Question # 9

Scrum is based on empiricism. All of its artifacts must be transparent to ensure sufficient accuracy of inspection. How can the Scrum Team maintain the Product Backlog to maximize its transparency?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Product Backlog is only updated at the Sprint Review, when both the Scrum

Team and the stakeholders are available.

B.

Product Backlog items should hold no more than 8 points of work, which is the

average in the range of acceptable sizes of 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, and 13.

C.

Product Backlog items must be sized such that the highest ordered items are no bigger than a Sprint.

D.

The Product Backlog is only updated at a release planning meeting with the

stakeholders and the change control board present.

E.

The Product Backlog is continually kept up to date with the most recent insights.

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Question # 10

During a Sprint Retrospective, the Developers propose moving the Daily Scrum to only occur

on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Which two are the most appropriate responses for the Scrum

Master to recommend?

(choose the best two answers)

A.

Have the Developers vote.

B.

Acknowledge and support the self-managing team's decision.

C.

Coach the team on why the Daily Scrum is important as an opportunity to update

the plan.

D.

Consider the request and decide on which days the Daily Scrum should occur.

E.

Learn why the Developers want this and work with them to improve the outcome

of the Daily Scrum.

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Question # 11

Which of the following are the Developers accountable for?

(choose the best two answers)

A.

Organizing the work required to meet the Sprint Goal.

B.

Selecting the Product Owner.

C.

Reporting productivity.

D.

Creating a plan for the Sprint, the Sprint Backlog.

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Question # 12

Who owns the Sprint Backlog?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Scrum Master.

B.

The Scrum Team.

C.

The Product Owner.

D.

The Developers.

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Question # 13

The Scrum Team should have all the skills needed to:

(choose the best answer)

A.

Complete the project within the date and cost as calculated by the Product Owner.

B.

Do all of the development work, except for specialized testing that requires additional

tools and environments.

C.

Turn Product Backlog items into a valuable, useful Increment.

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Question # 14

What are three advantages of a Product Owner sharing a clearly defined Product Goal with the

Scrum Team?

(choose the best three answers)

A.

It helps the Developers estimate the date that the Product Backlog will be

complete.

B.

It is not mandatory in Scrum. There is no real advantage.

C.

It provides a good overall direction so Sprints will feel less like isolated pieces of

work.

D.

It helps the Scrum Team keep focus and they can weigh any decision against

the Product Goal

E.

It is easier to inspect incremental progress at the Sprint Review.

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Question # 15

Developers are self-managing, which of the following do they manage?

(choose the best answer)

A.

Product Backlog ordering.

B.

When to release, based on its progress.

C.

Sprint Backlog.

D.

Stakeholders for the Sprint Review.

E.

Sprint length.

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Question # 16

Which two things are appropriate for a Scrum Master to do, if the Scrum Team does not have

the tools and environment to completely finish each selected Product Backlog item?

(choose the best two answers)

A.

Coach the Scrum Team to improve its skills, tools and environment over time

and adjust the Definition of Done accordingly.

B.

Refocus the current Sprint on establishing the Scrum Team's environment

instead of delivering an Increment.

C.

Encourage the Product Owner to accept partially done Increments until the

situation improves.

D.

Have the Scrum Team establish a Definition of Done that is actually possible to

achieve given current circumstances.

E.

Declare the Scrum Team not ready for Scrum.

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Question # 17

Who should make sure everyone on the Scrum Team does their tasks for the Sprint?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Project Manager.

B.

The Product Owner.

C.

The Scrum Master.

D.

The Scrum Team.

E.

All of the above.

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Question # 18

True or False: The Product Owner makes sure the correct stakeholders are invited to the Sprint Retrospective. They might have important instructions for team improvements.

A.

True

B.

False

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Question # 19

The Product Owner is the person who will be held accountable if a product does not achieve its

goals or deliver value. Does this mean that the Product Owner has final say over the Definition

of Done?

(choose the best answer)

A.

Yes, the Product Owner decides the Definition of Done. The Developers may be

consulted.

B.

No, the Scrum Team decides the Definition of Done, if it is not a standard of the

organization. The Product Owner is just one member of the Scrum Team.

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Question # 20

Who determines when it is appropriate to update the Sprint Backlog during a Sprint?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Project Manager.

B.

The Scrum Team.

C.

The Developers.

D.

The Product Owner.

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Question # 21

What are two effective ways for the Scrum Team to make non-functional requirements visible?

(choose the best two answers)

A.

Add them to the Product Backlog to ensure transparency.

B.

Run the integration and regression tests before the end of the Sprint, and

capture the open work for the Sprint Backlog of the next Sprint.

C.

Add them to the Definition of Done so the work is taken care of every Sprint.

D.

Put them on a separate list on the Scrum board, available for all to see.

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Question # 22

A Scrum Team is required to deliver a done Increment by the end of a Sprint. Select two statements that explain what done means.

(choose the best two answers)

A.

No work is left to meet the Definition of Done.

B.

Whatever the Product Owner defines as quality.

C.

Ready for integration.

D.

Ready to be released to end users.

E.

All work the Developers are willing to do.

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Question # 23

As the Developers start work during the Sprint, they realize they have selected too much work to finish in the Sprint. What should they do?

(choose the best answer)

A.

Find another Scrum Team to give the excess work to.

B.

As soon as possible in the Sprint, work with the Product Owner to remove some work or Product Backlog items.

C.

Inform the Product Owner at the Sprint Review, but prior to the demonstration.

D.

Reduce the Definition of Done and get all of the Product Backlog items done by the new definition.

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Question # 24

When does the second Sprint start?

(choose the best answer)

A.

After the customer completes acceptance testing of the first Sprint.

B.

Once the architectural changes for the second Sprint are approved by the senior

architect.

C.

Immediately after the first Sprint.

D.

After the Product Backlog items for the second Sprint have been selected.

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Question # 25

Which metrics will help a Product Owner determine if a product is delivering value?

(choose the best two answers)

A.

Customer satisfaction.

B.

Productivity.

C.

Velocity.

D.

Time to market.

E.

Percentage of scope implemented.

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Question # 26

True or False: A Product Owner is essentially the same thing as a traditional Project Manager.

A.

True

B.

False

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Question # 27

True or False: Product Owners must specify complete acceptance criteria for a Product

Backlog item before the Developers can select the item in Sprint Planning.

A.

True

B.

False

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Question # 28

True or False: Every Scrum Team must have a Product Owner and Scrum Master.

A.

False. A Scrum Master is only required when asked for by the Scrum Team.

B.

True. Each must be 100% dedicated to the Scrum Team.

C.

False. A Product Owner can be replaced by a subject matter expert in the Scrum

Team.

D.

True. Outcomes are affected by their participation and availability.

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Question # 29

Who can cancel a Sprint?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Scrum Team.

B.

The Scrum Master

C.

The Product Owner.

D.

The Stakeholders.

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Question # 30

Which statement best describes a Product Owner's responsibility?

(choose the best answer)

A.

Ensuring that the work meets the commitments to the stakeholders.

B.

Maximizing the value of the work the Scrum Team does.

C.

Keep stakeholders from distracting the Developers.

D.

Directing the Developers.

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Question # 31

What is the timebox for the Sprint Review?

(choose the best answer)

A.

2 hours for a one-month Sprint.

B.

1 day.

C.

4 hours for a one-month Sprint.

D.

As long as needed.

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Question # 32

Who does the work to make sure Product Backlog items conform to the Definition of Done?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Product Owner.

B.

The Quality Assurance Team.

C.

The Scrum Team.

D.

The Developers.

E.

The Scrum Master.

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Question # 33

Who starts the Daily Scrum?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Scrum Master. This ensures that the Developers have the event, and it stays

within the timebox.

B.

The person coming in last. This encourages people to be on time and helps to stay

within the timebox.

C.

The Product Owner.

D.

Whoever the Developers decide should start.

E.

The person who has the token.

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Question # 34

What enhances the transparency of an Increment?

(choose the best answer)

A.

Keeping track of and estimating all undone work to be completed in a "hardening"

Sprint.

B.

Doing all work needed to meet the Definition of Done.

C.

Reporting Sprint progress to the stakeholders daily.

D.

Updating Sprint tasks properly in the electronic tracking tool.

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Question # 35

What is the typical size for a Scrum Team?

(choose the best answer)

A.

At least 7.

B.

9.

C.

10 or fewer.

D.

7 plus or minus 3.

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Question # 36

For the purpose of transparency, when does Scrum say a valuable and useful Increment must

be available?

(choose the best answer)

A.

At the end of every Sprint.

B.

Every 3 Sprints.

C.

Before the Release Sprint.

D.

After the Acceptance Testing phase.

E.

When the Product Owner asks to create one.

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Question # 37

Who is accountable for creating a valuable and usable Increment each Sprint?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Developers.

B.

The Scrum Team.

C.

The Scrum Master.

D.

The Product Owner.

E.

The CEO.

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Question # 38

What is a Product Owner typically responsible for during a Sprint?

(choose the best two answers)

A.

Attending every Daily Scrum to answer questions about the Sprint Backlog

items.

B.

Creating financial reporting upon the spent hours reported by the Developers.

C.

Nothing.

D.

Updating the work plan for the Developers on a daily basis.

E.

Collaborating with stakeholders, users, and customers.

F.

Working with the Scrum Team on Product Backlog refinement.

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Question # 39

How much time must a Product Owner spend with the Developers?

(choose the best answer)

A.

Enough so that the Product Owner is confident the Increment will meet the intended value.

B.

40%, or more if the stakeholders agree.

C.

As much time as the Developers tell the Product Owner to be present.

D.

100%

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Question # 40

During a Sprint, when is new work or further decomposition of work added to the Sprint

Backlog?

(choose the best answer)

A.

During the Daily Scrum after the Developers approve it.

B.

When the Scrum Master has time to enter it.

C.

When the Product Owner identifies new work.

D.

As soon as possible after it is identified.

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Question # 41

In the middle of the Sprint, the customer decides that there are two new features she wants.

The Product Owner could:

(choose the best two answers)

A.

Introduce these features at the next Daily Scrum.

B.

Ask the Developers to consider whether they can add these features to the

current Sprint without endangering the Sprint Goal.

C.

Add these features to the Product Backlog.

D.

Have the Scrum Master add these features to the current Sprint.

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Question # 42

What is the responsibility of the Product Owner in crafting the Sprint Goal?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Product Owner has no responsibility for the Sprint Goal. It is the sole

responsibility of the Developers.

B.

The Product Owner cannot attend Sprint Planning without having documented the

Sprint Goal in advance.

C.

The Product Owner should come to Sprint Planning with a business objective in mind and work with the Developers to craft the Sprint Goal.

D.

The Product Owner must work with stakeholders to set each Sprint's Goal.

E.

The Product Owner defines the scope for a Sprint and therefore also the Sprint Goal.

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Question # 43

True or False: When there are multiple teams working on one product, each Scrum Team should have a separate Product Owner.

A.

True

B.

False

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Question # 44

What does it mean for a Scrum Team to be cross-functional?

(choose the best answer)

A.

The Scrum Team includes not only developers but also business analysts, architects,

and testers.

B.

The Scrum Team includes skilled individuals who together have all the skills

necessary to create value each Sprint.

C.

Developers on the Scrum Team work closely with business analysts, architects,

developers, and testers who are not on the team.

D.

The Scrum Team is a virtual team drawing from separate teams of business analysts,

architects, developers, and testers.

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Question # 45

What three things might a Scrum Product Owner focus on to ensure the product delivers value?

(choose the best three answers)

A.

How much of the functionality of the product is being used.

B.

Direct customer feedback.

C.

How quickly or easily the product can be absorbed and used by its customers.

D.

Velocity is increasing over time.

E.

Minimizing changes to project scope.

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Question # 46

Which of the following are true about the Product Owner?

(choose the best two answers)

A.

The Product Owner is one person.

B.

The Scrum Team can have multiple Product Owners.

C.

The Product Owner can be represented by a committee or a team of people.

D.

The Product Owner is accountable for ordering the Product Backlog.

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