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Test: Leading SAFe 4.5 | Quizlet

NAME

5 Written questions

45%
45%

A significant event that provides an integrated view of new features for the most recent iteration delivered by all the teams in the Agile Release Train (ART). Provides ART stakeholders with an objective measure of progress during a program increment.

1.

INCORRECT IP Demo
INCORRECT
IP Demo

THE ANSWER

System Demo

2. A Built-in Quality practice derived from eXtreme Programing (XP). If focuses on building the tests before the implementation to

improve delivery by focus on the results.

INCORRECT

No answer givento improve delivery by focus on the results. INCORRECT THE ANSWER Test-First 3. The activity of

THE ANSWER

Test-First

3. The activity of improving the internal structure or operation of a code or component without changing its external behavior.

INCORRECT No answer given
INCORRECT
No answer given

THE ANSWER

Refactoring

4. Represents the function that has the highest-level strategy and fiduciary decision-making responsibility in an enterprise portfolio. It has responsibility for strategy and invstment funding, program management, and governance.

INCORRECT No answer given
INCORRECT
No answer given

THE ANSWER

Program Portfolio Management (PPM)

5. Team Kanban

INCORRECT No answer given
INCORRECT
No answer given

THE ANSWER

A method that helps teams facilitate the flow of value by visualizing work flow, establishing work-in-process limits, measuring throughput, and continuously improving their process.

5 Matching questions

1. Refers to a strategy, and a set of activities and artifacts that allow teams to apply Lean-Agile development methods to build systems that have the highest possible quality, while simultaneously assuring they meet any regulatory, industry, or other relevant standards.

INCORRECT C. Core Values
INCORRECT
C. Core Values

THE ANSWER

A. Solution Kanban

B. Compliance

C. Core Values

D. Epic Owners

E. Solution

B.

Compliance

2.

The fundamental beliefs of alignment, built-in quality,

transparency, and program execution that are key to SAFe's effectiveness. These guiding principles help dictate behavior and action for everyone who participates in a SAFe portfolio.

INCORRECT B. Compliance
INCORRECT
B. Compliance

THE ANSWER

C. Core Values

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3. One or more of these are produced by each Value Stream.

They are products, services, or systems delivered to the Customer, whether internal or external to the enterprise.

CORRECT E. Solution
CORRECT
E. Solution

4. Responsible for coordinating portfolio epics through the

Portfolio Kanban system. They define the Epic, its Minimum Viable Product and lean business case, and when approved, facilitate implementation.

CORRECT

D. Epic Ownerscase, and when approved, facilitate implementation. CORRECT 5. Method used to visualize and manage the flow

5. Method used to visualize and manage the flow of value from

ideation to analysis, implementation, and release. Supports the flow of features and capabilities through the full Continuous Delivery Pipeline of Continuous Exploration, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, and Release on Demand.

CORRECT

Continuous Deployment, and Release on Demand. CORRECT A. Solution Kanban 5 Multiple choice questions 1. The

A. Solution Kanban

5 Multiple choice questions

1. The ultimate economic buyer of every Solution. They are an integral part of the Lean-Agile development process and Value Stream, and have specific responsibilities in SAFe.

A.

Metrics

B.

Customersand have specific responsibilities in SAFe. A. Metrics B. C. Transaction cost D. Team Kanban 2.

C. Transaction cost

D. Team Kanban

2. Team Backlog

A.

The level that contains the roles, activities, events and processes through which Agile teams build and deliver value in the context of the Agile Release Train (ART).

B.

The fundamental beliefs of alignment, built-in quality, transparency, and program execution that are key to SAFe's effectiveness. These guiding principles help dictate behavior and action for everyone who participates in a SAFe portfolio.

C.

The highest-level backlog in SAFe. It provides a holding mechanism for the upcoming Business and Enabler Epics intended to create a comprehensive portfolio solution set, one that provides the competitive differentiation and/or operational efficiencies necessary to address the Strategic Themes and facilitate business success.

D.

The backlog that contains user and enabler stories that originate from the program backlog, as well as stories that arisethe Strategic Themes and facilitate business success. D. locally from the team's specific context. It can

locally from the team's specific context. It can contain other work items as well, representing all the things a team needs to do to advance their portion of the system.

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A.

The backlog that contains user and enabler stories that originate from the program backlog, as well as stories that arise locally from the team's specific context. It can contain other work items as well, representing all the things a team needs to do to advance their portion of the system.

B.

team needs to do to advance their portion of the system. B. The highest-level backlog in

The highest-level backlog in SAFe. It provides a holding mechanism for the upcoming Business and Enabler Epics intended

to create a comprehensive portfolio solution set, one that provides the competitive differentiation and/or operational efficiencies necessary to address the Strategic Themes and facilitate business success.

C.

The process of constantly exploring market and user needs, and defining a Vision, Roadmap, and set of Features that address those needs. It is the first element in the four-part Continuous Delivery Pipeline, preceding Continuous Integration (CI) Continuous Deployment (CD), and Release on Demand.

D.

The SAFe Level that contains the guidance, practices and roles needed to initiate and govern a set of development value streams. It provides the strategy and investment funding for people and resources, Agile program guidance, and Lean governance.

4. Differentiating, specific, and itemized business objectives that connect a portfolio to the strategy of the enterprise. They

provide business context for decision-making, and serve as inputs to the vision, budget, and backlogs for the Portfolio, Large Solution, and Program levels. Their primary purpose is to drive portfolio innovation and differentiation.

A. Business epics

B. Portfolio Backlog

C.

Economic Frameworkdifferentiation. A. Business epics B. Portfolio Backlog C. D. Strategic Themes 5. Innovation and Planning Iteration

D.

epics B. Portfolio Backlog C. Economic Framework D. Strategic Themes 5. Innovation and Planning Iteration A.

Strategic Themes

5. Innovation and Planning Iteration

A.

Where the results of development efforts from the Solution Train (e.g. multiple Agile Release Trains (ARTs) and the contributions from Suppliers) are integrated, evaluated, and made visible to customers and other stakeholders.

B.

High-level summaries of the business and technical goals that the team agrees to accomplish in an iteration. Serving as a primary communication mechanism within the team, as well as to the team's stakeholders, they help ensure alignment with the PI objectives.

C.

they help ensure alignment with the PI objectives. C. Occurs every PI and serves multiple purposes.

Occurs every PI and serves multiple purposes. It acts as an estimating buffer for meeting PI objectives, as well as

providing dedicated time for innovation, continuing education, and PI planning and Inspect and Adapt (I&A) events.

D.

The process of taking features from the Program Backlog and developing, testing, integrating, and validating them in a staging environment where they are ready for deployment and release. It is the second element in the four-part Continuous Delivery Pipeline.

5 True/False questions

1. Continuous Deployment (CD) The process that takes validated features from Continuous Integration and deploys them into the production environment, where they are tested and readied for release. It is is the third element in the four-part Continuous Delivery Pipeline of Continuous Exploration (CE), Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Deployment and Release on Demand.

CORRECT True
CORRECT
True

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2. Value Stream Engineer (VSE) Change agents who combine their technical knowledge of SAFe with an intrinsic motivation to

improve their company's software and systems development processes. They play a critical role in successfully implementing SAFe. SPCs come from numerous internal or external roles, including business and technology leaders, portfolio/program/project managers, process leads, architects, analysts, and consultants.

INCORRECT True
INCORRECT
True

THE ANSWER

False It should be Facilitates value stream processes and execution. Escalates impediments, manages risk, and helps ensure value delivery and continuous improvement

3. Lean-Agile Leaders Lifelong learners who are responsible for the successful adoption of SAFe and the results it delivers.

They empower and help teams build better systems by learning, exhibiting, teaching and coaching SAFe's Lean-Agile principles and practices.

CORRECT

TrueSAFe's Lean-Agile principles and practices. CORRECT 4. SAFe Practitioner (SP) → A Scaled Agile Framework ®

4. SAFe Practitioner (SP) A Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) team member responsible for using Scrum, Kanban, and Extreme

Programming (XP) in a SAFe environment.

INCORRECT False
INCORRECT
False

THE ANSWER

True

5. System and Solution Architect/Engineer A special Agile team that provides assistance in building and using the Agile

development environment, including continuous integration, test automation and continuous deployment. Assists with the integration of assets from Agile teams, performs end-to-end Solution testing where necessary, and assists with deployment and release.

INCORRECT True
INCORRECT
True

THE ANSWER

False It should be The role that represents an individual or small team that defines a common technical and architectural vision for the Solution under development. They participate in defining the system, subsystems, and interfaces; validate technology assumptions; and evaluate alternatives. They help align the Solution Train and the Agile Release Train (ART) to a common technological and architectural vision.