Scrum and Agile Project Management - 90 Questions
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- You should know about scrum.
- You should be able to work under pressure.
Welcome to Scrum and Agile Project Management Test, the only test you need to know how good you are!
This course has 90 questions which helps the student to prepare for Agile Management and Scrum certification. This is one of the very first course for this subject created by an author who has worked successfully with Scrum. This course is not certified by scrum dot org. But it will help you to prepare for Scrum. It is just an additional help for you to prepare for the exam. Student should have a good understanding of Scrum, it's theory, roles, artifacts and events. This test will be challenging. Thats for sure! If you ready to take the test then do it NOW!
You need to have a 90 percent to pass the test.
SCRUM is a Mega Trend. Anyone who manages projects or deals with the topic of Project Management can no longer avoid the topic of agility. And agility nowadays means SCRUM.
More than 90 percent of all projects that are agilely managed use SCRUM. Agility is in vogue - and SCRUM is all the more so. More than 12 million people worldwide use SCRUM as a method in Project Management.
Agility means SCRUM. Ultimately, SCRUM is not new, even though it has certainly reached its peak in recent years. SCRUM has been around for more than 20 years. So what makes SCRUM so successful? What is the secret behind the success of SCRUM? I think that
SCRUM is simply
SCRUM is agile
SCRUM has no hierarchy
SCRUM is pragmatic
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THIS COURSE?
You'll know exactly how good you are!
You'll get 1-on-1 instructor support!
You'll learn some new facts!
You'll get Lifetime access with no expiration!
You'll be challenged!
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And the best part is, it's fun!
The term Scrum?
The term SCRUM can be traced back to the two Japanese economists Nonaka and Takeuchi. In their article "The New Product Development Game", published in 1986, they write about their so-called "rugby approach". This uses an analogy from rugby. They assume that one of the most extraordinary success factors of very successful product development teams is the proximity of the team during the development work. Like the rugby crowd called SCRUM, where many players stand close together. Because these teams also work as small and self-organized units. They only get a rough direction from the outside. However, it remains up to them how they achieve their common goal. And this kind of cooperation should also make projects successful.More than ten years later, the fathers of SCRUM, Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber, developed this rugby approach into a framework for software development projects.
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You can begin improving your SCRUM skills today. Please enjoy!
- Anyone who plan to take a Scrum Certification Exam
- Anyone who works with Kanban
- Anyone who has fun participating in tests