Chapter 7 – The Sprint Journey
- The correct answers are a, b, and c.
Creating tasks for delivering backlog items occurs after the items have been selected for the Sprint Backlog.
- The correct answer is d.
The product owner decides how the Product Backlog items are ordered. This can be by value, cost, risk, or other ways.
- The correct answer is b.
A Sprint should aim to create a valuable, working Product Increment. No Sprint is special.
- The correct answer is c.
The only reason to cancel the Sprint is when the Sprint goal becomes redundant. This should be a very rare occasion.
- The correct answer is a.
If a defect is discovered on an item currently worked on, this usually indicates some unanticipated condition and unforeseen extra work. In the interests of transparency, this should be captured on a board card and placed in the Sprint Backlog. It will be picked up and worked on as the Sprint progresses. There is no need to interfere with the Product Backlog...