Sprint planning should result in a commitment on what will be delivered at the end of the Sprint.
Who makes this commitment?
A Sprint planning is created in a Sprint Planning meeting. Anyone involved in taking a raw idea and
turning it into a functioning product should be present in this meeting.
Who acts as the facilitator for this meeting?
As a coach, I can manage information about swimmers on my team.
What would be a good technique to split the above User Story into smaller stories?
After the creation of the Release Plan, the Product Owner says:
Over the next four months with eights two-week Sprints we will complete exactly 240 Story Points of
The Scrum Master argues that the end date of the release can be positively or negatively impacted
by three factors. Completed work is the first factor.
What are the other two factors?
A company is already using Scrum very successfully within the development department. While
highly effective Scrum Teams deliver new software increments quickly, these increments are not
being delivered fast enough to customers. Releases happen once every 3 months and it takes too
much effort to make sure that the releases go smoothly.
What type of framework should this company try to establish?
A large company of more than 400 people changes from the Waterfall to the Agile framework. The
company uses the approach of applying Scrum to all projects in the organization using an all-in
scenario. The leaders are reluctant to fully commit to Scrum and there are no experienced Scrum
Masters available within the organization yet. Six months later, Scrum has failed in the company.
Many different applications of Scrum have been tried with varying degrees of success. The company
gives up and returns to the Waterfall approach.
What is the most likely reason that the transition did not work?
The Scrum-of-Scrums meeting is designed to allow clusters of Scrum Teams to discuss their work,
focusing especially on areas of overlap and integration.
Who should attend the Scrum-of-Scrum meetings on behalf of your Scrum Team?
What is the main reason to limit Scrum Teams to 9 team members?
You realize that the most experienced member on your team, who is also the longest-tenured
developer in the organization, is a skeptic and resisting the transition to Scrum in small, but
What is a good way of overcoming the resistance presented by skeptics?
For a cross-functional team, it is important that all skills, that are necessary to go from an idea to an
implemented feature, are represented within the team.
What consequence can this have when you start Agile Scrum?