Scrum Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 25m
  • 25 questions
The Scrum Literacy benchmark will measure your ability to recognize key terms and concepts related to Scrum concepts. You will be evaluated on Scrum basics, the seven lean principles, Scrum and software development, and Scrum practices. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills related to understanding key Scrum terminology and concepts.

Topics covered

  • compare and contrast Agile principles to traditional project management concepts
  • compare and contrast Scrum to Agile
  • define Agile, Scrum, and Lean
  • describe how Scrum practices can enable effective meetings
  • describe how Scrum practices can help better manage what is being produced
  • describe how Scrum practices can help improve team performance
  • describe how Scrum practices can help in improving quality
  • describe how Scrum Retrospective meeting practices can enable process improvement
  • describe practices for reporting Scrum activities
  • describe the benefits of Scrum
  • describe the fifth principle of Lean, delivering fast
  • describe the first principle of Lean, eliminating waste
  • describe the fourth principle of Lean, deferring commitment
  • describe the practices to adopt to predict Scrum activities
  • describe the Scrum framework
  • describe the second principle of Lean, building quality into products
  • describe the seventh principle of Lean, optimizing the whole
  • describe the sixth principle of Lean, respecting people
  • describe the third principle of Lean, creating knowledge
  • discover the basic concepts of Scrum
  • identify methods for performing estimations in Scrum
  • recognize practices for planning key Scrum activities
  • recognize Scrum roles and the part they play in the Scrum methodology
  • recognize the origins of Lean and the seven wastes of Lean
  • recognize the software project development challenges that can be overcome by adopting Scrum