That said, we don't provision servers, hardware - we are strictly applications.

However, changing the DoD during a Sprint seems not a good practice because of 2 reasons:

If the architect only comes in on a part-time basis, just periodically, maybe every couple of weeks, there will be a lot of catching up to do. Mikhail: The Product Owner is responsible for this. Please, do not post questions with answer options. So, you are already almost prepared. What are two ways that architecture and infrastructure are handled in Scrum? No. b) Encourage the PO to bring this up to the team so that team can come up with improved DoD, with strong SLA requirements for performance issues What to do with process improvements after Retro?

What led to this? Sharing artifacts is much better. 3.As a Product Owner, if you had access to the following individuals, what sources might you consult with when considering the value of a product? 3) Share the current roadblocks Budget, velocity and productivity do not contribute directly to capturing Product value. Teams in Scrum are self-organizing and do not need any external management. This is a very good question. These scenarios are not in keeping with culture and intent of Agile and Scrum and so are probably not the best way to proceed. What are two ways that architecture and infrastructure are handled in Scrum? – Development Teams are cross-functional, with all the skills as a team necessary to create a product Increment;

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How does SM help DT and PO in communication?

2) PO can invite stakeholders to PBL refinement sessions?

My team is primarily responsible for third party vendor solutions and their integration into our firm's systems. The main PO commitment is product value delivery.

In order for value to actually be captured, a release of the product must occur. The Scrum Guide says: During the Sprint Review, the Scrum Team and stakeholders collaborate about what was done in the Sprint. In addition, architecture is an ongoing discussion in the Development Team focusing on implementing current Sprint Backlog items. If you change the DoD, all the Items in the upcoming Sprints should comply with it. 13. In a short term the productivity will decrease because the new teams will spend time to get up to speed with the Product. Mikhail: The Scrum Guide contains: “Only the Development Team can change its Sprint Backlog during a Sprint. However, all the PB management activities should be agreed with the PO. Thank you very much for sharing the experience. C) Scrum does not require a designated owner for items A: It will be reflected in the implementation. In agile practices the duty of all participants is to be transparent. What are two ways that architecture and infrastructure are handled in Scrum?

Mikhail: Non-functional-requirements describe qualities of the system being developed. I knew ignore but I didn’t know disregard. I agree to the three, but if only one answer is correct.

Try to understand what’s going on.

So, the manager from the question is an external person for the team. For example, the PO can find that the Product is too buggy, slow, hard to use, etc. 4.What is Product Owner work that a Product Owner might delegate? * If the DoD is strengthen in a middle of a Sprint, it could affect the Sprint Goal because items from the Sprint Backlog will require more time to be completed. 41. However, the Product Owner remains accountable. When there is respect for all opinions and perspectives, we can ensure everyone has the opportunity to be heard. What happens when the done items of current and previous sprints when the definition of done is updated/changed to include some more criteria for calling something as “done”? Update: I got the suggested options for the question: It means if some skills are missing, the team can organize itself to gain them. C and D are absent in this list. What is enough to start a first Sprint? I will try to answer your questions one by one. Otherwise, I think, he should not do it. c) Add more people to Dev team to meet the commitment to PO. C. is good because the bigger part of interaction with the Key Stakeholders happens at the Sprint Review meeting. The Nexus framework is built on top of the Scrum and also has no requirements regarding this. In such cases the acceptance criteria can be renegotiated between the PO and the Development team so can we still say that PO must specify “complete” acceptance criteria for PBI before the team can select the item in Sprint Planning? Mikhail: A) Correct.

Answer 2 of 2: They are implemented along with functional development of the product. The main PO commitment is product value delivery. Usually there are many ways to solve the inefficiencies. Mikhail: All the options related to self-organization are correct: B, D and E. Mikhail: Of course the answer is “True”. * The Guide does not contain “Acceptance Criteria” term

It may not even be an individual who has the title of 'architect', because the big idea behind Scrum teams is that team members have different skills and their roles may change to deliver what is required for a particular sprint. Failure to consult the PO may result in an Increment not being accepted, as the DoD would not then be shared. Then the team will create the required PB items and write down all the details. c) Wait till retrospective because this is the appropriate time for dev team to re-consider the DoD. The second way looks more robust because having the requirements as part of the DoD won’t allow the team to forget about them when working on new items. Formally the approval is not required, but practically the DT and the PO should agree on the DoD. If the technical debt grows, it becomes harder to make changes in the code. B) Wrong because Scrum does not have a “change request procedure”. The answer is “The PO and the DT with permission of the PO.”. The Scrum Guide limits only the maximum length by one month. Creating clear PB items 2) Share the PB and forecast for the sprint

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I think this was a bit of a trick question as the entire backlog includes all changes that need to be made to the product which includes Functional items (user stories, job stories, user features, etc) and Non-Functional Requirements (tasks, tech debt, security, performance, etc). Do you think that this could make option A a better option? “Ready” here means that all higher ordered Product Backlog items are refined so that any one item can reasonably be “Done” within the Sprint time-box.

C. Wrong because there is no Scribe role in Scrum DT is unclear how to plan work for the Sprint, 52. B) Wrong. Invite the manager to the next Sprint Review. Where these skills are available within the Scrum team this option could be the best approach, making good architectural … Mikhail: The PO can delegate writing user stories. Sorry for jumping in but the option B is not correctly rephrased.

How to address non-functional requirements? The pace at which the PO wants to have increments (new features implemented), demonstrate them to the Key Stakeholders and get feedback. However, I found a very good series of articles on this topic at Scrum.org that explains every value: So, I suggested all the variants that could work. However, it might happen that the acceptance criteria has some minor changes during the sprint. Scrum embraces the Agile principle of emergent architecture and design. For example, consider following products: Probably there are better answers. b) Advise the product owner that the dev team owns the Sprint Backlog and it is up to them to meet the commitment. As I remember, the open Scaled Scrum quiz contains only the following topics: Q: A system is decomposed into elements like workflows, features, capabilities, etc. 2. I can understand allowing the dev team to add NFRs as some of those items only the dev team would know and understand.

3. This could apply to our technical work, our decisions, or how we conduct ourselves. This can be done as soon as the issue is identified. They will tend to be dealing with specific software development technologies such as .Net or Java and they will need good expertise in these technologies. E. Development Team (sometimes acts as a “Production Support Engineer” user, can give useful feedback during Product Backlog Refinement and other activities) Non-functional requirements, PO and DoD.

c. and d. are wrong because the Scrum Guide says: “Development Teams deliver an Increment of product functionality every Sprint.”. How the PO can add the requirements into the DoD? I completely agree – wording is very important. PO, SM and even Dev Team members can work on more than one Product at the same time, but productivity will suffer because of switching focus. It allows the PO to release the increments more frequently too. So, according to the Scrum Guide, the both answers are correct.

The answers are: So, in the case of any contradiction, the issue must be explained to the PO as soon as possible. needed. b. Courage: The PO is responsible for the product value and how it is represented to the team.