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Question 1

The purpose of the Nexus Sprint Backlog is:

(choose the best two answers)



Question 2

You have been assigned as the Scrum Master of six new Scrum Teams that will build one

product. What conditions should you strive for in this scenario?

(choose the best two answers)



Question 3

The purpose of a Nexus Sprint Retrospective is to:

(choose the best two answers)



Answer : A, C

The Nexus Sprint Retrospective is an event that occurs at the end of the Sprint where the Nexus, which is a group of approximately three to nine Scrum Teams working on the same product, plans ways to increase quality and effectiveness across the whole Nexus 11. The purpose of the Nexus Sprint Retrospective is to inspect and adapt the Nexus framework, the integrated work, the processes, the tools, and the interactions among the Scrum Teams 11. Therefore, statement C is correct.

The Nexus Sprint Retrospective follows a three-step process: first, representatives from each Scrum Team identify issues that affect multiple teams; second, each Scrum Team conducts its own Sprint Retrospective; and third, representatives from each team meet again to discuss any actions needed based on the shared challenges 112233. The Nexus Sprint Retrospective enables bottom-up intelligence to improve how the Scrum Teams in a Nexus are working together, as it allows the teams to share their insights, learn from each other, and collaborate on solutions 44. Therefore, statement A is also correct.

Statement B is incorrect because the Nexus Sprint Retrospective is not a forum for management to see how the Nexus is performing, but rather a time for the Nexus to self-organize and self-improve 1144. Statement D is incorrect because the Nexus Sprint Retrospective is not a single meeting to inspect and adapt how all Scrum Teams work together, but rather a combination of three meetings that involve both individual and collective reflection and action 112233.


Question 4

Scenario C: Dependencies and Product Backlog items

During Nexus Sprint Planning, representatives from each of the 9-member Scrum Teams

identify many dependencies. This makes it hard for them to choose the work they could pull

into their individual teams for the next Sprint. No matter how they reorganize the Product

Backlog items, they continually find more or new dependencies.

What techniques could help this Nexus manage their dependencies effectively?

(choose the best two answers)



Answer : B, D

When a Nexus, which is a group of approximately three to nine Scrum Teams working on the same product, faces many dependencies during Nexus Sprint Planning, it can use some techniques to manage them effectively. One technique is to reorganize team members between the teams to eliminate cross-team dependencies. This can be done by forming feature teams or component teams based on the nature of the work and the skills required. By doing so, the Nexus can reduce the need for coordination and integration across teams, and increase the autonomy and ownership of each team 1122. Therefore, statement B is correct.

Another technique is to reorder Product Backlog items to better accommodate dependencies. This can be done by applying dependency management techniques such as dependency mapping, dependency inversion, dependency breaking, and dependency prioritization. By doing so, the Nexus can identify, visualize, resolve, and minimize the dependencies that affect the delivery of the Integrated Increment, which is the combined work of all the Scrum Teams in the Nexus that meets the Nexus Sprint Goal 334455. Therefore, statement D is also correct.

Statement A is incorrect because it implies that the Nexus Integration Team, which is a group of people who are accountable for ensuring the integration and delivery of the Integrated Increment, should do the dependent work ahead of the Sprint for the teams. This would create a bottleneck and a single point of failure, as well as undermine the self-organization and collaboration of the Scrum Teams 1122. Statement C is incorrect because it suggests that the Nexus should extend the Sprint so that the teams can have more time to complete the dependent work. This would violate the Scrum principle of time-boxing, which ensures that the Nexus delivers value frequently and incrementally, and inspects and adapts its process regularly 1122.


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