Quiz: How well do you know each Scrum role?

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Who is self-organizing and no one (not even the Scrum Master) tells them how to turn product backlog items into increments of potentially releasable functionality?

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The Development Team has the most knowledge of how to turn product backlog items into increments of potentially releasable functionality.

Who is a servant leader for the Scrum Team?

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Who is not the development team's assistant?

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The product owner and scrum master are NOT the development team's assistants.

Who removes impediments that the Development Team can't remove?

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The Scrum Master is responsible for removing impediments.

Who facilitates self-organization within the Scrum Team?

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The Scrum Master is in charge of the organization for the entire Scrum Team.

Who teaches the Development Team to keep the daily scrum within the 15 minute time-box?

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It's up to the Scrum Master to keep the scrum meeting within the 15-minute time-box.

Who maximizes the value of the product?

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The product owner's role maximizes the value of the product.

Who promotes and supports scrum as defined in the scrum guide?

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The Scrum Master supports and promotes scrum.

Who should know the most about progress towards releases and business objectives?

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Because the Product Owner is responsible for maximizing the value of a product, they are also responsible for tracking progress towards value. This includes tracking progress towards releases and business objectives.

Who ensures that the product backlog is visible, transparent, and clear to all, and shows what the scrum team will work on next?

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This falls under the product owner's responsibilities.

Who works with the Product Owner to understand work that will likely be in future sprints?

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It's important that the product owner communicates with the development team so they understand upcoming sprints happening in the future.

Who helps everyone understand scrum theory, practices, rules, and values?

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The Scrum Master is the most knowledgeable about scrum and is the best equipped to help everyone understand and apply these practices.

Who has no sub-teams?

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Who estimates the effort of product backlog items?

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The Development Team estimates the effort of the product backlog items.

Who is responsible for monitoring and managing the progress of work during a sprint?

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The Development Team is accountable for the progress of work during a sprint.

Who is responsible for the product backlog, including its content, availability and ordering?

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This is the responsibility of the product owner.

Who has the final say on the content and ordering of the product backlog?

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The product owner will always have the final say on the content and ordering of the product backlog.

Each person on this team is called 'Developer.' No other titles are recognized regardless of the work being performed by the person.

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Each member of the Development Team is called a Developer.

Who's composition is constant through the sprint?

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Who coaches the development team in self-organization and cross-functionality?

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The Scrum Master coaches the Development Team in self-organization and cross-functionality.

Who creates done increments and determines how to best do so?

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The development team works to determines how to best go about creating done increments.

Although individual members may have specialized skills and areas of focus, who is accountability for building increments?

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The Development Team is held accountable for building increments.

Who is the one person who has the final call about the ordering of the product backlog?

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This isn't for a committee or for the Scrum Master to decide. The Product Owner will always have the final call.

Who is Is cross-functional and has all of the skills necessary to turn product backlog items into potentially-releasable functionality?

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The Development Team has the most knowledge of how to turn product backlog items into increments of potentially releasable functionality.

Who is responsible for resolving internal team conflicts?

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The Development Team is responsible for resolving internal team conflicts. If they can't come to a resolution, the Scrum Master will step in.

Who ensures the Product Owner knows how to arrange the product backlog to maximize value?

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It's the Scrum Master's responsibility to make sure the Product Owner is set up for success when it comes to arranging the product backlog and maximizing value.

A team made up of 3-9 members?

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Who decides when and what to release?

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The product owner decides the scheduling of the releases.

Who manages and supports the adoption of scrum in the organization?

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The Scrum Master has the most knowledge of theories, practices, rules, and values, so they are best capable to manage the adoption in an organization.

Who does the work of delivering a potentially releasable increment of "Done" product at the end of each sprint?

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This is actually done by an entire group of professionals. The development team is responsible for this.

Who ensures that the development team understands product backlog items to the level needed?

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The Product Owner is in charge of this communication with the development team.

Quiz: How well do you know each Scrum role?
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