PSPO 1 - techagilist.com 1. When a product grows, it is quite possible that the PO will get help from other Product Mana
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PSPO 1 - techagilist.com 1. When a product grows, it is quite possible that the PO will get help from other Product Managers and others in the organization who interact regarding the customer facing activities and knowledge of the product marketplace. Is it a good idea for the PO to proxy or outsource some of their PO Scrum Team duties to these people (for example, Scrum Team facing duties)? A.
Correct is A When a product grows, it is quite possible that the PO will get help from other Product Managers and others in the organization who interact regarding the customer facing activities and knowledge of the product marketplace. While it is fine for the PO to be aided by the aforementioned people, it is NOT acceptable for the PO to attempt to proxy or outsource their PO Scrum Team duties, especially the Scrum Team facing duties.
2. Why is it important that there is only one Product Owner per product? (Choose 3 answers) ●
It is clear who is accountable for the ultimate success of the product.
The Development Team always knows who determines priorities.
It helps the economy by increasing employment.
It helps avoid barriers to effective communication and rapid decision making.
The Scrum Master knows who will be his back-up whenever he goes on vacation.
Correct The Product Owner is one person, not a committee. The Product Owner may represent the desires of a committee in the Product Backlog, but those wanting to change a Product Backlog item’s priority must address the Product Owner. So one PO per product will have accountability, clarity, effective communication and fast decision.
3. Which two (2) metrics will help a Product Owner establish that value is being delivered? ●
Time to market
Incorrect Customer satisfaction and velocity of scrum team are the two metrics which help a PO to establish the value that is being delivered. 4. A first Sprint can start before the Product Owner has a complete and exhaustive Product Backlog in place. ●
Correct A first Sprint requires no more than a Product Owner, a team, and enough ideas to potentially complete a full Sprint. 5. The Product Owner’s authority to change and update the Product Backlog is unlimited, except for: ●
Decisions by the CFO, the CEO or the board of directors.
Nothing. The entire organization must respect a Product Owner's decisions.
Decisions by the chief program manager.
Technical and architectural work that needs to be done first, as indicated by the chief enterprise architect.
High impact changes that have not been approved by the change request board.
Work for which impediments exist that the Scrum Master still needs to resolve.
Correct For the Product Owner to succeed, the entire organization must respect his or her decisions. No one is allowed to tell the Development Team to work from a different set of requirements, and the Development Team isn’t allowed to act on what anyone else says. 6. Who identifies the Key Stakeholders for the Product? ●
The Scrum Team
The Development Team
The Upper Management
The Scrum Master
The Product Owner
In order to maximize value, the Product Owner should identify the Key Stakeholders for the Product, and involve them as necessary throughout the development effort. 7. Every Product Backlog Item should be created by the Product Owner p