Final Exam: Scrum Team Member

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Final Exam: Scrum Team Member will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Scrum Team Member track of the Skillsoft Aspire Scrum Team Member to Scaled Agile Leader Journey.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • describe when it might be appropriate to implement Scrum and identify reasons why it might not
    describe the relationship between Agile, Scrum, and Lean
    describe the basic Scrum process
    describe empiricism and its importance as it pertains to Scrum
    describe the relationship between Scrum and the Manifesto for Agile Software Development
    compare Scrum with traditional project management
    describe the Agile mindset
    recognize options for Scrum certification
    describe the Scrum Guide and its role in Scrum development
    define Scrum team as outlined in the Scrum Guide
    identify key Scrum roles as outlined in the Scrum Guide
    describe Scrum events as outlined in the Scrum Guide
    outline the Scrum sprint and its purpose
    recognize how work is laid out in sprint planning
    outline how the sprint review is used to examine outcomes and plan for future iterations
    identify the purpose of the product backlog
    identify the purpose of the sprint backlog
    identify the purpose of product increments
    recognize the definition of done and how it relates to Scrum
    outline how parallel sprints may be implemented and why this approach might be useful
  • outline key values of effective Scrum teams
    describe how to work as a team in a Scrum environment
    discuss cross-functional teams and why they're important to Scrum
    discuss collaboration and how it empowers and drives sprints
    identify ways to improve collaboration among a Scrum team
    describe how to effectively interact with customers and users
    describe the dangers of only partially implementing Scrum in a project
    discuss the characteristics and differences between product management and product development
    describe the characteristics and differences between product owner and product manager
    discuss timeboxing, its importance, and relationship with Scrum
    describe timeboxing and Scrum events
    discuss product backlog refinement and how it relates to product development
    describe best practices for Scrum management
    outline best practices for Scrum planning
    describe best practices for estimating in Scrum projects
    describe best practices for Scrum backlog management
    discuss best practices for tracking Scrum projects
    outline best practices for reporting in Scrum projects
    discuss best practices for process improvement in Scrum projects
    describe best practices for quality improvement in Scrum projects

IN THIS COURSE

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