Monday, September 9, 2013

Free PMI-ACP exam dumps 35 quest

Free PMI-ACP exam dumps 35 quest


Question 5 of 35

Which statement best describes the Sprint Review?
Correct answer: B)
You chose: C)
A)
It is a review of the team's activities during the Sprint.
Missed correct answer
B)

It is when the Scrum Team and stakeholders inspect the outcome of the Sprint and figure out what to do in the upcoming Sprint.
Incorrect answer
C)

It is a demo at the end of the Sprint for everyone in the organization to provide feedback on the work done.
D)
It is used to congratulate the Development Team if it did what it committed to doing, or to punish the Development Team if it failed to meet its commitments.
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
A Sprint Review is held at the end of the Sprint to inspect the Increment and adapt the Product Backlog if needed. During the Sprint Review, the Scrum Team and stakeholders collaborate about what was done in the Sprint. Based on that and any changes to the Product Backlog during the Sprint, attendees collaborate on the next things that could be done. This is an informal meeting, and the presentation of the Increment is intended to elicit feedback and foster collaboration.

Question 8 of 35

Multitasking is a simultaneously working on multiple(more than 2 at once) tasks. How does it effect a team productivity?
Correct answer: A)
You chose: D)
Missed correct answer
A)
Multitasking exacts a horrible toll on productivity
B)
Doesn't effect at all
C)
The teams starts working much faster
Incorrect answer
D)
Multitasking makes team working a bit slower, but that can be overboard by using best Agile practices and colocating the team
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
Multitasking exacts a horrible toll on productivity. Clark and Wheelwright (1993) studied the effects of multitasking and found that the time an individual spends on value adding work drops rapidly when the individual is working on more than two tasks.

Question 11 of 35

What is the best length of an iteration in Scrum?
Correct answer: B)
You chose: D)
A)
1 week
Missed correct answer
B)
There is no ideal iteration length. It depends on the project and can vary
C)
2 weeks
Incorrect answer
D)
1 month
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
There's no one magic iteration duration that is right for all teams under all circumstances. The right length for a team on one project may not be the right length for that same team on a different project.

Question 12 of 35

What is the length of the XP iteration?
Correct answer: D)
You chose: A)
Incorrect answer
A)
2-4 Weeks
B)
1 Week - 2 Months
C)
1-4 Weeks
Missed correct answer
D)
1-3 Weeks
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
An iteration is the full cycle of design-code-verify-release practiced by XP teams. It's a timebox that is usually one to three weeks long.

Question 13 of 35

When risks are analyzed and addressed during the planning, agile team focuses on what kind of risk analysis?
Correct answer: A)
You chose: B)
Missed correct answer
A)
Qualitative
Incorrect answer
B)
Both qualitative and quantitative
C)
Quantitative
D)
None of the them
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
Risks can be analyzed and addressed in all planning meetings, with the focus on qualitative analysis, not quantitative.

Question 16 of 35

What term Scrum prefers for describing the Product Backlog Item?
Correct answer: D)
You chose: B)
A)
Epic
Incorrect answer
B)
Feature
C)
Story
Missed correct answer
D)
Doesn't matter
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
It really doesn't matter what labels you use as long and you use them consistently.

Question 26 of 35

What is the least appropriate usage of the the documentation in Agile project?
Correct answer: B)
You chose: D)
A)
Documentation is a by-product of the interaction
Missed correct answer
B)
Documentation is a substitute for interaction
C)
Documentation is valued less than working software
Incorrect answer
D)
All answers are equally correct
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
When a customer and a developer interact to jointly develop specifications and produce some form of permanent record (documents, notes, sketches, story cards, drawings), the documentation is a by-product of the interaction. When the customer sits down with a business analyst and they write a requirements document that gets sent to a development group, then the document has become a substitute for interaction. In the first scenario, the documentation may be valuable to the development team. In the second, it has become a barricade to progress. Little knowledge is either gained or transferred. Furthermore, as interaction decreases, the volume of documentation increases in a fruitless attempt to compensate.

Question 27 of 35

Who are referred to as "Chicken" in Scrum?
Correct answer: B)
You chose: C)
A)
The Product Owner, The Scrum Master and The Team
Missed correct answer
B)
Anyone except one of the three roles in Scrum (The Team, The Product Owner, The Scrum Master)
Incorrect answer
C)
The Customer
D)
The Team
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
Someone occupying one of the three Scrum roles (The Team, The Product Owner, The Scrum Master) who has made a commitment and has the authority to fulfill it. Anyone else is called a "Chicken".

Question 28 of 35

An inventory management process that lets a company have little or no excess inventory in stock, other than what they need to build existing order is called:
Correct answer: A)
You chose: B)
Missed correct answer
A)
Just In Time
Incorrect answer
B)
Pull System
C)
Push System
D)
Last Responsible Moment
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
Just In Time is a an inventory management process that lets a company have little or no excess inventory in stock, other than what they need to build existing order.

Question 30 of 35

The Scrum framework is flexible enough to embrace many lerning loops. Which of the following learning loops is the shortest?
Correct answer: A)
You chose: C)
Missed correct answer
A)
Pair programming
B)
Test-driven development
Incorrect answer
C)
Daily Scrum
D)
Sprint Review
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
Scrum leverages several predefined learning loops. The Daily Scrum is a daily loop and the sprint review is an iteration-level loop. Pair programming is the shortest learning loop (feedback in seconds). Test-driven development has feedback in minutes.

Question 33 of 35

What of the following data gathering approaches usually has the heaviest emphasis on collaboration?
Correct answer: A)
You chose: B)
Missed correct answer
A)
Innovation Games
Incorrect answer
B)
Interviews
C)
Focus Groups
D)
JAD sessions
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
Innovation Games possess several qualities that stand out among the various approaches. One quality is reflected in their name: Innovation Games. You can refer to them as "games of collaborative play," This can be contrasted with traditional surveys and focus groups, which are often not designed to be fun and may not include a heavy emphasis on collaboration.

Question 35 of 35

What do the Story Points represent in a Backlog?
Correct answer: A)
You chose: B)
Missed correct answer
A)
Cost
Incorrect answer
B)
Value
C)
Risk
D)
Dependency
Points: 0 out of 1
Feedback:
The story points really represent the cost of the story.

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