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Which statement is true about the PI Planning event?

It involves everyone in the Program over a two-day period

A) It involves only the team members who are most qualified to estimate the work

B) It involves Product Management and Product Owners on the first day and the rest of the teams on the second day

C) It involves Program Portfolio Management to prioritize the Stories presented by teams during the final plan review

A

A) It involves only the team members who are most qualified to estimate the work

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During Iteration Execution, a team’s velocity tends to be most affected by what?

A) Changing financial planners, a new Scrum Master, or new testers

B) Changing team size, team makeup, and technical context

C) Productivity changes, team location, and innovation measures

D) Product Owner changes, changing estimations, and new features

A

B) Changing team size, team makeup, and technical context

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What is an example of a modified Fibonacci sequence?

A) …1, 1, 3, 5, 5…

B) …5, 8, 13, 20, 40…

C) … 2, 4, 5, 9, 11…

D) …5, 8, 13, 21, 34…

A

B) …5, 8, 13, 20, 40…

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Which activity is key to successfully implementing the Scaled Agile Framework?

A) Replace the PI Planning process with the Inspect and Adapt workshop when possible

B) Remove blocks such as Portfolio estimation

C) Use the Innovation and Planning iteration instead of the PI Planning process

D) Use a cadence-based PI Planning process

A

D) Use a cadence-based PI Planning process

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What is typically included in the Definition of Done for the team increment?

A) Stories are accepted by Product Management

B) Stories are accepted by the Product Owner

C) Regression testing is done

D) Customer documentation is ready

A

B) Stories are accepted by the Product Owner

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6
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What are two reasons Agile development is more beneficial than waterfall development? (Choose two.)

A) It relies on external provider dependencies

B) It allows businesses to deliver value to the market more quickly

C) It increases productivity and employee engagement

D) It allows management to track project progress based on steering committees and metrics

E) It requires phase-gate approvals to ensure that everyone is moving together

A

B) It allows businesses to deliver value to the market more quickly

C) It increases productivity and employee engagement

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How does relentless improvement support value in the SAFe House of Lean?

A) It optimizes the whole

B) It builds long-term partnerships based on trust

C) It uses informed decision-making through fast feedback

D) It allows teams to pivot

A

A) It optimizes the whole

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What is the recommended size of an Agile Team?

A) 3 – 5 people

B) 10 – 15 people

C) 5 – 11 people

D) 8 – 12 people

A

C) 5 – 11 people

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Which statement is true about Work-In-Process (WIP) limits?

A) Higher WIP limits provide richer feedback

B) Lower WIP limits improve flow

C) Higher WIP limits result in lower utilization

D) Lower WIP limits result in fewer Stories being completed

A

B) Lower WIP limits improve flow

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What is the role of the Scrum Master?

A) To facilitate Agile Release Train processes and Solution Train execution

B) To coordinate Portfolio Epics through the Portfolio Kanban system

C) To act as a servant leader who helps teams self-organize, self-manage, and deliver using effective Agile practices

D) To be a stakeholder who has the primary business and technical responsibility for fitness for use

A

C) To act as a servant leader who helps teams self-organize, self-manage, and deliver using effective Agile practices

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Which three questions should each team member answer during the Daily Stand-up? (Choose three.)

A) How am I optimizing the full Solution?

B) What will I do today to advance the Iteration goals?

C) What did I do yesterday to advance the Iteration goals?

D) How am I splitting the Solutions into Capabilities and Enablers?

E) Are there any impediments that will prevent the team from meeting the Iteration goals?

F) How I am contributing to an environment of continuous change?

A

B) What will I do today to advance the Iteration goals?

C) What did I do yesterday to advance the Iteration goals?

E) Are there any impediments that will prevent the team from meeting the Iteration goals?

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What is the goal of the SAFe House of Lean model?

A) Flow

B) Innovation

C) Value

D) Continuous Improvement

A

C) Value

The roof represents the goal of delivering value. The pillars embody respect for people and culture, flow, innovation, and relentless improvement to support the goal. Lean-Agile Leaders provide the foundation on which everything else stands.

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Why do Lean-Agile Leaders try to connect the silos of business, system engineering, hardware, software, test, and quality assurance?

A) To reduce friction between the teams

B) To align around value

C) To enforce organizational boundaries between functions

D) To optimize vertical communication

A

B) To align around value

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An Agile Team collects the Iteration metrics they have agreed upon during which part of the team retrospective?

A) During the features agreement retrospective

B) During the time and materials retrospective

C) During the qualitative part of the team retrospective

D) During the quantitative part of the team retrospective

A

D) During the quantitative part of the team retrospective

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The “3 Cs” is a popular guideline for writing user stories. What does each of the three C’s represent? (Choose three.)

A) Conform

B) Confirmation

C) Concept

D) Conversation

E) Card

F) Clarification

A

B) Confirmation

D) Conversation

E) Card

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How can a technical exploration enabler be demonstrated?

A) Show the knowledge gained by the exploration

B) Show the acceptance tests written for the exploration

C) Exploration enablers do not need to be demonstrated

D) Demonstrate working systems in the production environment

A

A) Show the knowledge gained by the exploration

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Why is the modified Fibonacci sequence used when estimating?

A) It can be used to predict unit test coverage

B) It results in greater precision

C) It serves as a way to estimate large ranges

D) It reflects the uncertainty in estimating larger items

A

D) It reflects the uncertainty in estimating larger items

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Which two statements describe the responsibilities of the Product Owner? (Choose two.)

A) To be a single voice for the customer and stakeholders

B) To own and manage the team Backlog

C) To ensure the team follows Agile principles and practices

D) To coach the team

E) To protect the team from external forces

A

A) To be a single voice for the customer and stakeholders

B) To own and manage the team Backlog

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What is the role of the System Architect/Engineer?

A) To manage dependencies

B) To guide the teams and support the Architectural Runway

C) To define the design for the system

D) To implement continuous improvement methods

A

C) To define the design for the system

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What are the SAFe Core Values?

A) People and Culture, Transparency, Collaboration, Respond to Change

B) Built-in Quality, Program Execution, Alignment, Transparency

C) Quality, Feedback, Alignment, Trust

D) Commitment, Competency, Collocation, Culture

A

B) Built-in Quality, Program Execution, Alignment, Transparency

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Which statement reflects one of the steps for setting initial velocity?

A) Identify work on technical infrastructure, tooling, and other systemic impediments

B) The team members assess their availability, acknowledging time off and other potential duties

C) Determining velocity is a new function in each Iteration; previous Iterations should not be transferred to a new Iteration

D) Maintenance tasks are not required to list for velocity; maintenance tasks fall outside this scope

A

B) The team members assess their availability, acknowledging time off and other potential duties

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22
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A Cumulative Flow Diagram focuses on which curves?

A) Backlog curve (“work”) and Departure curve (“done”)

B) Implementation curve (“movement”) and Departure curve (“done”)

C) Arrival curve (“to do”) and Evolution curve (“change”)

D) Arrival curve (“to-do”) and Departure curve (“done”)

A

D) Arrival curve (“to-do”) and Departure curve (“done”)

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When should a component team be used?

A) To develop T-shaped skills together with continuous integration

B) To obtain high reuse and technical specialization with a focus on Non-functional Requirements

C) To gain the fastest velocity with well-defined interfaces

D) To create each replaceable component with minimized dependencies

A

B) To obtain high reuse and technical specialization with a focus on Non-functional Requirements

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Which statement describes a cadence-based PI Planning event?

A) It is very important and should be postponed until all participants can attend

B) As many team members as possible should attend remotely to reduce travel costs

C) It is an all-hands, two day event with the goal to identify impediments that could happen

D) It is not a required event but tasks move forward at higher velocity when the meeting occurs

A

C) It is an all-hands, two day event with the goal to identify impediments that could happen

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Which factor helps unlock the intrinsic motivation of knowledge workers?

A) Parallel development

B) Pay-for-performance

C) Team performance incentives

D) Autonomy

A

D) Autonomy

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What is the purpose of the Iteration Review?

A) To show the backlog items and work on possible solutions for the backlog items

B) To measure the team’s progress by showing working Stories to the stakeholders and getting feedback from them

C) To serve as a forecasting meeting where the work is estimated for the Program Increments

D) To identify where there is too much work in the system and where the teams are being overloaded

A

B) To measure the team’s progress by showing working Stories to the stakeholders and getting feedback from them

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The Inspect and Adapt event always starts with which activity?

A) Agreement on the problems to solve

B) The PI System Demo

C) Quantitative measurement

D) Retrospective and Problem Solving Workshop

A

B) The PI System Demo

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What are the four levels of the Scaled Agile Framework?

A) Exploration, Integration, Deployment, Release

B) Portfolio, Value Stream, Program, Team

C) Epic, Capability, Feature, Story

D) Team, Program, Large Solution, Portfolio

A

D) Team, Program, Large Solution, Portfolio

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Jane is a Product Owner. It is day seven of the Iteration and her team tells her that they may miss their Iteration commitment. What should Jane do?

A) Agree to add a person from the System Team to complete the work

B) Support adding an Innovation and Planning Iteration directly after the current Iteration

C) Support splitting a Story into a coding story and a testing story, and then moving the testing story into the next Iteration

D) Support pulling a Story that has not been started

A

D) Support pulling a Story that has not been started

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Which statement describes one element of the CALMR approach to DevOps?

A) Establish a work environment of shared responsibility

B) Decentralize decision making

C) Build cross-functional Agile Release Trains around the flow of value to the customer

D) Keep everything under version control

A

A) Establish a work environment of shared responsibility

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31
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What is an example of a Program event?

A) Scrum of Scrums

B) Iteration Review

C) Innovation and Planning

D) Daily Stand-up

A

A) Scrum of Scrums

source: SP - SAFe for Teams 4.6 practice exam; https://www.scaledagileframework.com/program-increment/

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Which practices are demonstrated during the Inspect and Adapt event?

A) Move forward, analyze future Stories, integrate, and iterate

B) Reflect, problem solve, and identify improvement actions

C) Forward focus, develop, cross-domain plan, and expedite execution

D) New start, job sequence, funnel, and enable

A

B) Reflect, problem solve, and identify improvement actions

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What is the role of the Release Train Engineer?

A) To serve as the Scrum Master for the Agile Release Train

B) To serve as the content authority at the Program level

C) To ensure the technical integrity of all development in the Agile Release Train

D) To coach teams to improve their results

A

A) To serve as the Scrum Master for the Agile Release Train

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Which concepts are part of Kanban for teams?

A) Visualize work flow, limit WIP, improve flow

B) Build iteratively, demo frequently, maintain Iterations

C) Establish flow, preserve options, improve relentlessly

D) Develop incrementally, build quality-in, maintain Iterations

A

A) Visualize work flow, limit WIP, improve flow

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The Agile Release Train aligns teams to a common mission using a single Vision and what else?

A) Team backlogs

B) Release on demand

C) Program backlog

D) Weighted Shortest Job First

A

C) Program backlog

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If the PI System Demo shows the current state of the Solution, then who is this demo intended for?

A) The Business Owners

B) The Agile Team

C) The Product Owner

D) The Scrum Masters

A

A) The Business Owners

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What is the benefit of separating release elements from the Solution?

A) It allows the Systems Team to integrate with ease

B) It allows the Agile Release Train to demo value every two weeks

C) It allows the release of different Solution elements at different times

D) It allows Agile Teams to launch untested Features

A

C) It allows the release of different Solution elements at different times

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Which two views does the Iteration Review provide into the Program? (Choose two.)

A) How the team is increasing empowerment

B) How the team did on the Iteration

C) How the team is demonstrating transparency of decision-making

D) How the team is responding to the stakeholders

E) How the team is doing on the Program Increment

A

B) How the team did on the Iteration

E) How the team is doing on the Program Increment

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Which responsibility belongs to the Product Owner in the team?

A) To facilitate team meetings and drive Agile behavior

B) To foster normalized estimating within the team

C) To sequence backlog items to program priorities, events, and dependencies

D) To foster adoption of Agile technical practices

A

C) To sequence backlog items to program priorities, events, and dependencies

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What visibility should Scrum Masters provide during the Agile Release Train Sync?

A) Visibility into System Solution Intent

B) Visibility into collaboration deployment

C) Visibility into single source design decisions

D) Visibility into progress and impediments

A

D) Visibility into progress and impediments

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41
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Which practice promotes built-in quality?

A) Iteration planning

B) Backlog refinement

C) Iteration goals publishing

D) Test-Driven Development

A

D) Test-Driven Development

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Quality is first and foremost a function of what in a Lean-Agile environment?

A) Deployment on demand

B) Preserving options

C) Culture of shared responsibility

D) Empowered solution authority

A

C) Culture of shared responsibility

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43
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What replaces detailed requirements documents?

A) Pair work

B) Unit tests

C) Stories

D) Task boards

A

C) Stories

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Which statement is true about Iteration planning for Kanban teams?

A) Kanban teams publish Iteration Goals

B) Kanban teams find high value in trying to plan the Iteration in detail

C) Kanban teams do not commit to Service Level Agreements

D) Kanban teams estimate their velocity

A

A) Kanban teams publish Iteration Goals

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45
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Iteration Planning, Iteration Review, and Backlog Refinement are examples of which type of event?

A) Program event

B) Team event

C) Sync event

D) PI event

A

B) Team event

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Why do Lean-Agile Leaders try to connect the silos of business, system engineering, hardware, software, test, and quality assurance?

A) To enforce organizational boundaries between functions

B) To reduce friction between the teams

C) To align around value

D) To optimize vertical communication

A

C) To align around value

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What type of visibility should Product Owners provide during the Agile Release Train Sync?

A) Visibility into backlog items

B) Visibility into program Epics and Features

C) Visibility into analysis, approval, and feature readiness for implementation

D) Visibility into scope and priority adjustments

A

A) Visibility into backlog items

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48
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A decrease in variability leads to an increase in what?

A) Autonomy

B) Innovation

C) Options

D) Predictability

A

D) Predictability

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Q

What are two behaviors of an effective Scrum Master? (Choose two.)

A) To guarantee no changes are made to the scope during an Iteration

B) Facilitate the PI Planning session

C) To facilitate the team’s progress toward the Iteration goals

D) To act as a servant leader and exhibit Lean-Agile leadership

E) Facilitate more than two teams

A

C) To facilitate the team’s progress toward the Iteration goals

D) To act as a servant leader and exhibit Lean-Agile leadership

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Which statement defines the purpose of Iteration Planning?

A) It is to organize the work and define a realistic scope for the Iteration

B) It is to analyze, approve, and ready Features for implementation

C) It is to explore and implement program Epics and split them into Features to be further explored

D) It is to break stories into tasks that are achievable in the team’s capacity

A

A) It is to organize the work and define a realistic scope for the Iteration

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51
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According to the Definition of Done, who must provide final approval prior to the Release?

A) The Scrum Master

B) The Product Owner

C) The Release Train Engineer

D) The Release Management

A

D) The Release Management

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Which statement is true about Features and Stories?

A) They are prioritized by the team

B) They are estimated like user Stories

C) Features can be larger than an Iteration but Stories should be small enough to fit into an Iteration

D) Features should be small enough to fit into an Iteration

A

C) Features can be larger than an Iteration but Stories should be small enough to fit into an Iteration

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53
Q

What best supports Innovation in the SAFe House of Lean?

A) Visualizing work

B) Fast learning cycles

C) Built-in quality

D) Optimizing the whole

A

B) Fast learning cycles

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On the seventh day of the Iteration, the team realizes that they will not complete 5 of the 13 Stories. The Product Owner (PO) says she cannot negotiate the scope of the remaining Stories any further. What is the PO’s best course of action?

A) Have an emergency Iteration Planning meeting

B) Defer acceptance testing to the next Iteration

C) Stop the current Iteration and plan a new Iteration with the new knowledge

D) Communicate the status of the Iteration to all stakeholders

A

A) Have an emergency Iteration Planning meeting

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Q

What are three practices of Extreme Programming (XP)? (Choose three.)

A) Intentional architecture

B) Test-driven Development

C) Pair programming

D) Continuous Integration

E) Deployment automation

F) Behavior-driven Development

A

B) Test-driven Development

C) Pair programming

D) Continuous Integration

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56
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Which situation should use the Large Solution SAFe configuration?

A) Every large enterprise that uses SAFe

B) Organizations that need to have System Demos after each Iteration

C) Organizations that need to scale Agile across the enterprise

D) Organizations that operate in an environment which requires compliance for high-assurance systems

A

C) Organizations that operate in an environment which requires compliance for high-assurance systems

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A user story includes which three things? (Choose three.)You have reached the max number of allowed answers

A) What

B) How

C) Why

D) Level of Risk

E) Definition of Done

F) Who

A

F) Who

A) What

C) Why

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Q

When is the System Demo conducted during program execution?

A) At the end of every Iteration

B) When the System Team is ready

C) Only when all the stakeholders are available

D) Each week

A

A) At the end of every Iteration

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During the Inspect and Adapt event, how are reflection, data collection, problem solving, and identification of improvement actions used?

A) To enhance and improve the Innovation and Planning practices

B) To increase the quality and reliability of the next PI

C) To evaluate better implementation steps

D) To help the team bond and work more efficiently together

A

A) To enhance and improve the Innovation and Planning practices

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Q

What is the goal of the PI Planning event?

A) To build a release roadmap

B) To achieve alignment on what needs to and can be built

C) To identify the risks in the upcoming features using a ROAMing exercise

D) To create a plan for the upcoming PI showing how stories map to the Iteration

A

B) To achieve alignment on what needs to and can be built

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Q

What type of information can be easily seen in a Cumulative Flow Diagram?

A) Team capacity

B) The number of defects that escape to production

C) Work-in-Process across the team

D) Time to complete a Feature

A

C) Work-in-Process across the team

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Q

Which statement describes the information within a Story?

A) A Story provides just enough information for the intent to be understood by both business and technical people

B) No further conversation is required after the Story is identified because it contains all necessary details

C) A Story is written in full detailed specifications so that the work is ready to be implemented immediately

D) Story acceptance criteria must be finalized before beginning Iteration Planning

A

A) A Story provides just enough information for the intent to be understood by both business and technical people

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63
Q

A team finishes developing all of their Stories in the first six days of the Iteration, tests them in the following two days, and fixes bugs in the days remaining. How is the team behaving?

A) They are applying the Agile development practice of “separation of concerns”

B) They are ignoring Non-functional Requirements within the Iteration

C) They are abusing the practice of hardening

D) They are waterfalling the Iteration

A

D) They are waterfalling the Iteration

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64
Q

What does a Program Board help teams to identify?

A) Velocity in achieving value

B) Dependencies between teams

C) Program Predictability

D) Bottlenecks to the flow of value

A

B) Dependencies between teams

65
Q

Which statement is true about Iteration Goals?

A) They are used to measure business value achieved for each Iteration

B) They are used to track scope changes over time

C) They verify that teams are working at their full capacity

D) They align the team to a common vision of work in the Iteration

A

D) They align the team to a common vision of work in the Iteration

66
Q

Which two statements best describe elements of Continuous Delivery? (Choose two.)

A) Maintain a staging environment that emulates production

B) Automate testing features and Non-functional Requirements

C) Development and test environments should be separate from production

D) Maintain manual deployment

E) Deploy to staging every third Iteration

A

A) Maintain a staging environment that emulates production

C) Development and test environments should be separate from production

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67
Q

What should be taken into account when estimating Story point size?

A) Level of effort

B) Number of days it will take

C) Complexity

D) Priority

A

C) Complexity

A story point is a singular number that represents a combination of qualities:
Volume – How much is there?
Complexity – How hard is it?
Knowledge – What’s known?
Uncertainty – What’s unknown?

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68
Q

Which statement is true about Iteration Planning?

A) Items are assigned to the team members

B) The PO does not need to attend

C) It occurs on the last day of the Iteration

D) It is required for every Iteration to enable fast learning cycles

A

D) It is required for every Iteration to enable fast learning cycles

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Q

Which statement describes a cross-functional team?

A) Each team can define, build, and test a component or feature

B) Each team can deliver features across multiple domains

C) Each team member can do all the activities to define, build, and test a solution

D) Each team member can define and build, with a system team testing the solution

A

A) Each team can define, build, and test a component or feature

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Q

Which statement describes the balance between emergent design and intentional architecture when talking about building in quality?

A) It is required for backlog speed and designed refinement

B) It is required for speed of value delivery and solution intent

C) It is required for speed of development and maintainability

D) It is required for implementation speed and maturity

A

C) It is required for speed of development and maintainability

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Q

What is a major benefit of reducing batch size?

A) Increases throughput

B) Increases Work-in-Process

C) Increases visibility

D) Decreases stress on the system

A

A) Increases throughput

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Q

The CALMR approach to DevOps includes Automation, Lean flow, Measurement, and Recovery. What does the “C” represent?

A) Cycle-time

B) Continuous Integration

C) Cadence

D) Culture

A

D) Culture

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Q

The Release Train Engineer is a servant leader who displays which two actions or behaviors? (Choose two.)You have reached the max number of allowed answers

A) Identifies market needs

B) Establishes feature acceptance criteria

C) Owns vision and roadmaps, program backlog, and ROI

D) Listens and supports teams in problem identification and decision-making

E) Creates an environment of mutual influence

A

D) Listens and supports teams in problem identification and decision-making

E) Creates an environment of mutual influence

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74
Q

Product Management is responsible for “what gets built” as defined by the Vision, Roadmap, and what else?

A) Customers

B) Program backlog

C) Key stakeholders

D) PI Planning

A

B) Program backlog

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Which two statements describe an Agile Release Train? (Choose two.)

A) It is the primary value delivery construct in the Scaled Agile Framework

B) It is used to describe large system behaviors that fulfill customer needs

C) It is a long-lived, self-organizing, virtual organization of 5-12 Agile Teams that plan, commit, and execute together

D) It shows the deliverables for the currently committed PI and offers visibility into the next two PIs

E) It identifies when too much work is in the system which results in multitasking and frequent context switching

A

A) It is the primary value delivery construct in the Scaled Agile Framework

C) It is a long-lived, self-organizing, virtual organization of 5-12 Agile Teams that plan, commit, and execute together

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76
Q

Which statement is true about the purpose of a Work-In-Process constraint?

A) It helps analyze, approve, and track Portfolio Epics and Enablers

B) It captures where all new “big” ideas come from

C) It encourages collaboration and enables flow

D) It identifies possible constraints for Solution completion

A

C) It encourages collaboration and enables flow

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77
Q

What is one recommended way of splitting Features into Stories during a PI Planning event?

A) Implement the simplest variant of the functionality first and then implement the rest as an enhancement

B) Implement the database structure first and then implement the business logic and user interface

C) Develop the functionality first and then test it on a second pass

D) Develop the user interface (UI) with sample business logic and database access and then add the actual functionality behind the UI

A

A) Implement the simplest variant of the functionality first and then implement the rest as an enhancement

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78
Q

Which activity happens in the Inspect and Adapt workshop?

A) A retrospective of the Iteration

B) Planning the next PI

C) A demo of the integrated system

D) Refining the Program backlog

A

C) A demo of the integrated system

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79
Q

The Scrum Master wants to establish a team’s initial velocity. A team has two testers, three developers, one full-time Scrum Master, and a Product Owner split between two teams. What is their normalized velocity before calculating for time off?

48

40

32

52

A

40

(count 8pts for each dev team member, and then subtract 1 pt for each team member planned day off, including holidays)

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80
Q

What is one of the six steps in the Problem Solving Workshop?

A) Identify the biggest root cause using the Pareto Analysis

B) Choose a problem to solve - agreement not required

C) Apply root solution analysis

D) Brainstorm possible failures

A

A) Identify the biggest root cause using the Pareto Analysis

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81
Q

Which statement is true about pair work in the Scaled Agile Framework?

A) Occurs during Iteration Planning

B) It is a best practice that team members should spend 50% to 100% of the time in pair work

C) It is for developers only

D) It comes from pair programming in Extreme Programming (XP)

A

D) It comes from pair programming in Extreme Programming (XP)

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82
Q

What is one key benefit of a Backlog Refinement session?

A) It allows the team to state the problem and think about what, where, when, and the impact

B) It serves a variety of purposes, including a dedicated time for planning, retrospecting, exploring, and innovating

C) It provides time to identify dependencies and issues that could impact the next Iteration

D) It is the main way in SAFe for achieving relentless improvement

A

C) It provides time to identify dependencies and issues that could impact the next Iteration

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83
Q

An Agile team has which two characteristics? (Choose two.)You have reached the max number of allowed answers

A) A group of dedicated individuals that work in phase-gate steps to complete their PI Objectives

B) A stand-alone unit of individuals who do not require input from other teams to complete their tasks

C) A large group of individuals who all work together to create value for the client

D) A small group of typically 5-11 dedicated individuals who have the skills necessary to define, build, test, and deploy increments of value

E) A group of dedicated individuals who are empowered, self-organizing, self-managing, and deliver value

A

D) A small group of typically 5-11 dedicated individuals who have the skills necessary to define, build, test, and deploy increments of value

E) A group of dedicated individuals who are empowered, self-organizing, self-managing, and deliver value

source: SP - SAFe for Teams 4.6 exam