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Professional Scrum Product Owner™ II (PSPO II) Questions and Answers

Question 1

When should the Product Owner update the project plan?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

After the Daily Scrum to ensure an accurate daily overview of project progress.

B.

The project plan must be updated prior to the Sprint Retrospective.

C.

The Product Backlog is the plan in Scrum. It is updated as new information and

insights emerge.

D.

Before the Sprint Planning to know how much work will have to be done in the Sprint.

Question 2

The leading revenue-producing product in your portfolio has:

. High Current Value

. Low Unrealized Value

The product has been losing customers for several years and revenues are down. Using those

two data points and the options below, what is the first action you should take?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Increase investment in the product to create greater interest and bring old customers

back.

B.

Maintain the product, but begin reducing investment; seek other opportunities for

future growth.

C.

Drop the price for the product to attract new customers.

D.

Increase marketing for the product.

Question 3

What activities would a Product Owner typically undertake in the phase between the end of the

current Sprint and the next Sprint's Sprint Planning?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Working with the Quality Assurance departments on the Increment of the current

Sprint.

B.

There are no such activities. The next Sprint starts immediately after the current

Sprint.

C.

Updating the project plan with the stakeholders.

D.

Refining the Product Backlog.

Question 4

The only person who can abnormally terminate a Sprint is?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

The Developers.

B.

The Scrum Master.

C.

The Product Owner.

D.

The Stakeholders.

Question 5

Who owns the Sprint Backlog?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

The Developers.

B.

The Scrum Master.

C.

The Product Owner.

D.

The Scrum Team.

Question 6

Which of the following are characteristics of a Product Goal?

(choose all that apply)

Options:

A.

It communicates the target future state of the product.

B.

It enhances focus.

C.

It is a commitment contained in the Product Backlog.

D.

It has the approval of all stakeholders.

E.

It provides a long-term objective for the Scrum Team to plan against.

F.

It forms a contract with the business, allowing change to be better managed.

Question 7

What are the accountabilities of a Tester on a Scrum Team?

(choose the best two answers)

Options:

A.

Finding bugs to assure quality.

B.

Creating code coverage reports for the test manager.

C.

Checking the work of the Developers.

D.

There is no specific tester role.

E.

Everyone on the Scrum Team is accountable for the quality of the product.

Question 8

Who is accountable for creating a valuable, useful Increment every Sprint?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

The Scrum Team.

B.

The Product Owner.

C.

The Scrum Master.

D.

The Developers.

E.

The Project Manager.

Question 9

Organizations should reduce their investment in a product when the product's:

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Unrealized Value is very small.

B.

Current Value is very low.

C.

Current Value is very high.

D.

Unrealized Value is very large.

E.

None of the above.

Question 10

The Developers inform the Product Owner during the Sprint that they are not likely to complete

everything they forecasted. What would you expect a Product Owner to do?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Reduce the scope of the Sprint, if possible, to still meet the Sprint Goal.

B.

Skip Product Backlog refinement activities.

C.

End the Sprint, since the goal cannot be achieved.

D.

Change the Sprint Goal to match what the Developers can deliver.

E.

Inform management that more resources are needed.

Question 11

As an investor or shareholder, which of the following measures might give you insight about

whether a product is delivering value?

(choose all that apply)

Options:

A.

Revenue per Employee.

B.

Market Share.

C.

The average selling price as compared to close competitors.

D.

Product profitability.

E.

The weekly velocity of the Developers.

Question 12

A "cone of uncertainty" can be used to do what?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Represent the relative level of difficulty for predicting the velocity of individual team

members.

B.

Rapidly identify and prioritize all uncertainties.

C.

Determine whether to cut quality, similar to the "Iron Triangle" of project

management.

D.

Visualize the uncertainty of the potential value that a Scrum Team delivers over time.

Question 13

You have more ideas for new products than you have money to invest. What should you do?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Fund small experiments to test the proposed ideas and assumptions, then evaluate

results.

B.

Rank proposals by market potential (Unrealized Value) and fully fund as many as you

can.

C.

Invest in the proposals that have the highest projected Current Value for the next

year.

D.

Invest in all of them, but at proportionally lowered amounts, and see how they all

perform.

Question 14

Sharing people with unique skills across multiple teams will likely result in which of the

following conditions?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Teams may wait more often, impeding the delivery of value.

B.

Teams do not have to develop deep technical skills.

C.

Costs are lower since expensive resources are shared.

D.

More work gets done since people are better utilized.

Question 15

You are the Product Owner for a product with diverse stakeholders with differing opinions that

sometimes conflict.

Your Director of Marketing strongly believes that you should add a major new feature to reach a

new market. Your CEO believes that the new feature is too expensive and thinks you should

focus on other features to make existing customers happier. The CEO says that as Product

Owner it is ultimately your decision.

You think both perspectives have merit, but you cannot do both. How should you proceed?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Devise an experiment that will help the company to better understand the new

market and its potential.

B.

Trust the Director of Marketing's opinion and add the features; when revenues

increase, you will be vindicated.

C.

Better understand the positions of other stakeholders to gather more information,

then make a decision.

D.

Trust the CEO's opinion and focus on current customers, since you cannot afford

unhappy customers.

Question 16

Which of the following might the Scrum Team discuss during a Sprint Retrospective?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Methods of communication.

B.

The way the Scrum Team does Sprint Planning.

C.

Skills needed to improve the Scrum Team's ability to deliver.

D.

Its Definition of Done.

E.

All of the above.

Question 17

You work for a large financial institution. Your products have many interdependencies: you have

mobile, web, and ATM product interfaces to financial products like savings, checking, spending,

electronic payments, credit cards, and investments. When any of these financial products

change, the changes ripple throughout the mobile, web, and ATM clients, and maintaining

consistency is challenging. What should you do to reduce this problem?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Form products that are as independent as possible and let each product determine

their own release plans, but ensure coordination.

B.

Create a centralized, coordinated cross-product Development Plan to ensure

consistency.

C.

Appoint a Project Lead to oversee all the products.

D.

Ensure that the PMO manages the inter-product dependencies.

E.

All of the above.

Question 18

What is the role of the Product Owner in crafting the Sprint Goal?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

The Product Owner defines the scope for a Sprint and therefore also the Sprint Goal.

B.

The Product Owner must work with stakeholders to set each Sprint's Goal.

C.

The Product Owner collaborates as a member of the Scrum Team to define a Sprint

Goal.

D.

The Product Owner has no role in it. This is the Developers responsibility.

E.

The Product Owner should come to the Sprint Planning with a clearly defined Sprint

Goal.

Question 19

Which of the following measures might help you determine whether your product is delivering

value to your customer?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

The number of "must-do" Product Backlog items delivered in a release.

B.

The average cost of your product release.

C.

The on-schedule performance of the Scrum Team.

D.

How often your customers use your product.

E.

All of the above.

F.

None of the above.

Question 20

Your product's nearest competitor has lower market share, but has higher customer

satisfaction, though they lack some key features of your product. You are losing market share

to them as customers discover them. They release 3 times faster than you, which is helping

them to win customers. What should you do first in response?

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Add features to your next release that you think will retain and win customers.

B.

Lower your product's price to make it more attractive to new and existing customers.

C.

Improve your time-to-market and rate of innovation to improve your responsiveness.

D.

Find new markets for your product that your competitor is not yet in.

Question 21

The smallest product Increment that is valuable enough to release is one that:

(choose the best answer)

Options:

A.

Delivers a single new or improved outcome.

B.

Adds a new feature.

C.

Fixes at least one defect.

D.

Delivers all "must do" Product Backlog items.

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