Values & Principles of Scrum


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The Agile Manifesto has four values which are designed to encourage teams to build better software. Which statement best describes the purpose of the five Scrum values in relation to the Agile Manifesto's?

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1. Four of the five Scrum values are courage, commitment, respect and focus. Which one is missing?

2. Which Scrum value is best described by the following statement: ''Because we have great control over our own destiny, we are more committed to success.''?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet combo, you are asked about Scrum and its values and principles. Questions will address the purpose of the Scrum values in relation to the Agile Manifesto and the best way to describe the differences between Agile and Scrum.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can find the subjects mentioned below in the quiz questions:

  • The five values of Scrum
  • Controlling your own destiny
  • Working well together
  • The differences in Agile and Scrum

Skills Practiced

  • Establishing differences - compare and contrast the Agile and Scrum methods
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can name the five Scrum values
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the value that discusses controlling one's own destiny

Additional Learning

To read more about the system, go to the lesson titled Values & Principles of Scrum, which contains the following extra material:

  • Working software
  • Customer collaboration
  • Responding to change