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01. At the Refinement stage of a structured timebox, what other factors, apart from the MoSCoW priorities, influence the order of work?
a) A sensible development order from a technical perspective
b) Availability of specific resources such as Technical Advisors, Business Advisors
c) Any known cross-team dependencies
d) All of the above
02. How many Management roles are defined in DSDM?
03. Between which phases of the DSDM process takes Evolutionary Development place?
a) Between Feasibility and Foundation
b) Between Deployment and Post Project
c) Between Pre-Project and Feasibility
d) Between Foundations and Deployment
04. What best describes a Prioritized Requirements List (PRL)?
a) High-level definition of the tools, techniques and customs
b) High-level prioritized requirements list
c) High-level definition of the over-arching business driver
d) High-level schedule of Project Increments
05. How does DSDM differ from most agile approaches?
a) DSDM agile is a stripped-down version of other approaches, resulting in fewer roles
b) The approach mainly focuses on the technical feasibility of a project, so there are fewer surprises.
c) DSDM agile involves the business in the solution to be developed at an early stage, so that expectations are clear.
d) Less is done for research than in other approaches, so projects start faster and are completed faster.
06. In MoSCoW priotorization, what does the ‘C’ stand for?
a) Could n’t have
b) Can have
c) Cannot deliver
d) Could have
07. Within the foundation phase, DSDM advocates to do:
a) No Design Up Front (NDUF)
b) Big Design Up Front (BDUF)
c) Enough Design Up Front (EDUF)
d) Waterfall approach
08. In which Phase is the purpose to evolve a Solution that meets Business needs?
a) Foundations Phase
b) Evolutionary Development Phase
c) Pre-Project Phase
d) Deployment Phase
09. Who is responsible for decision making during Evolutionary Development?
a) Business Sponsor
b) Business Analyst
c) Business Advisor
d) Business Ambassador
10. Which of the following is NOT a modelling technique, commonly used in DSDM?
c) Pie Charts
d) Use case diagrams
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