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APMG AgilePMĀ® V2 Foundation Exam Simulator

multiple choice exam (ABCD)
one correct answer per question
# of questions: 50 | 50% to pass
duration: 40 minutes

Copyright Ā© Mirosław Dąbrowski

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1. What is the purpose of the Feasibility phase?

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2. According to DSDM, is the experience gathered on the current project useful when refining plans?

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3. The number of passes through the Deployment phase will depend on whether it is sensible and feasible for the _____ to accept delivery of the overall solution incrementally.

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4. DSDM teams will _____.

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5. Which role ensures that the solution delivered will enable the business benefits that are described in the Business Case to be achieved?

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6. The Prioritised Requirements List (PRL) describes, at a high level, which of the following?

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7. Managing proactively is one way of ensuring that control is demonstrated. Which of the following is another way of upholding that principle?

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8. What defines Iterative Development?

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9. "Ensures that only the right projects are started and that they are set up correctly" is a characteristic of which DSDM lifecycle phase?

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10. Which of the following is NOT a key to successful DSDM projects?

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11. What is the approach used in DSDM projects for task allocation and control?

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12. Which role in DSDM is focused on managing the working environment in which the solution is evolving?

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13. Which of these is a success factor for Facilitated workshops?

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14. Once the project is in the Evolutionary Development phase, up-to-date information is now available to update the:

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15. People working together effectively are the foundation of:

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16. Which of the following best describes the DSDM recommended length of a Development Timebox?

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17. Which of these belongs to the Deployment phase?

  1. Assemble
  2. Review
  3. Test
  4. Deploy

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18. To converge on an accurate business solution DSDM uses:

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19. The Business Visionary remains involved throughout the project providing the team with:

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20. How many principles are is DSDM?

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21. What role is responsible for ensuring requirements are aligned with the business vision?

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22. Compromising any principle undermines:

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23. Who should monitor adherence to the DSDM Principles?

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24. A Should Have may be differentiated from a Could Have by reviewing the degree of:

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25. What does DSDM state about human interaction?

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26. During the Evolutionary Development phase, all or part of the problem or opportunity is investigated _____

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27. The primary aim of the Terms of Reference (ToR) is to:

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28. Once the project moves into Evolutionary Development within Development Timeboxes, enough information will be available to create which of the following?

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29. What is the significance of the MoSCoW prioritization in Timeboxing?

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30. What is a model?

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31. At the lowest level of detail, there could be a point where the requirement does NOT need to be written down, rather it is simply evolved with input from the:

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32. Which Products are created in outline during the Feasibility phase?

  1. Terms of Reference (ToR)
  2. Business Case
  3. Prioritised Requirements List (PRL)
  4. Management Approach Definition (MAD)

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33. Solution Testers will report to the Technical Coordinator about the solution:

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34. At which DSDM lifecycle phase is the preliminary solution evolved to achieve full operational readiness?

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35. Which role represents the process interests in a DSDM Project?

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36. In DSDM, a stated objective of the Deployment phase is _____.

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37. Which DSDM role is responsible for ensuring the decision-making process for escalated project issues is effective and rapid?

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38. DSDM emphasises the value of human interaction through Stand-ups, Facilitated Workshops, clearly defined roles and user involvement. What principle is being described as being fulfilled this way?

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39. How does a DSDM/AgilePM help mitigate project risk?

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40. In DSDM/AgilePM, quality consists of _____.

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41. What is the main similarity between a Free Format Timebox and a Sprint?

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42. Where a Solution Developer is NOT allocated full-time to the project, or where this project is NOT their top priority, _____

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43. What DSDM phase has the objective of scoping, planning and resourcing the Feasibility phase?

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44. The level of business commitment for this project should be:

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45. In DSDM, business users and solution developers collaborate to produce a solution that both meets the business need and is maintainable. This requires a change of style for those Project Managers who are used to:

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46. In DSDM projects, requirements _____.

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47. DSDM provides what type of framework consisting of six lifecycle phases?

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48. What does DSDM state about change?

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49. In DSDM/AgilePM, quality is about delivering a solution that is fit for purpose which means delivering a working solution which meets?

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50. Solution/Technical interests in DSDM are represented by which colour?

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APMG Agile Project Management V2 (AgilePMĀ® V2) Materials

Additional materials for download on AgilePMĀ® methodology

The APMG AgilePMĀ® V2 Interactive Mind Map

The Agile Project Management v2 (AgilePMĀ® V2) study guide mind map outlines the AgilePMĀ® V2 framework, focusing on its key components and relationships. It includes sections on: The mind map highlights the framework’s key components, principles, and processes. It includes the core principles of AgilePMĀ®Ā V2, such as focusing on delivering business value early and continuously, embracing change, and maintaining collaboration between business and technical teams. The mind map also outlines the project lifecycle stages, roles and responsibilities, and key practices like iterative development, timeboxing, and MoSCoW prioritization. Additionally, it emphasizes the importance of governance, quality, and risk management within Agile projects.

The APMG AgilePMĀ® Syllabus

The document was created with training companies in mind, so-called Accredited Training Organizations (ATOs). It provides information on the scope of the AgilePMĀ® exams, thereby allowing for the design of training and training materials following the requirements of APMG so that the training and materials fully prepare candidates for Foundation and Practitioner exams.

Why should I read the APMG AgilePMĀ® Syllabus?

So what value does this provide for you? By reading the teaching syllabus, you will learn about the scope of the AgilePMĀ® exam questions for AgilePMĀ® Foundation and AgilePMĀ® Practitioner exams, and thus, which topics (and to what extent) from the official AgilePMĀ® Handbook are covered in the exams, and which are not. For example, not everyone knows that the Foundation exam does NOT cover the entire textbook.

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The AgilePMĀ® V2 Handbook

The official AgilePMĀ® qualification/exams (Foundation and Practitioner) AND official, accredited AgilePMĀ® courses are entirely based ONLY on the content covered in the publication below:

  • Title: Agile Project Management (AgilePMĀ®) Handbook v2
  • Pages:Ā 240
  • ISBN-10: 0992872723
  • ISBN-13: 978-0992872724

The Authors of the AgilePMĀ® V2 Handbook

Andrew Craddock: Co-Author of the methodology "Agile Project Management" (AgilePMĀ®)
Andrew Craddock
Andrew Craddock
Barbara Roberts: Co-Author of the methodology "Agile Project Management" (AgilePMĀ®)
Barbara Roberts
Barbara Roberts
Jennifer Stapleton: Co-Author of the methodology "Agile Project Management" (AgilePMĀ®)
Jennifer Stapleton
Julia Godwin: Co-Author of the methodology "Agile Project Management" (AgilePMĀ®)
Julia Godwin

The AgilePMĀ® V2 Handbook revisions over the years

As a side note, it’s worth knowing that AgilePMĀ® version 2.0 was introduced just before the DSDM Consortium rebranded itself to the Agile Business Consortium. Why does it matter?

Well, it just so happens that due to the rebranding, there are three handbook revisions (with different covers) of the AgilePMĀ® 2.0 methodology. Each of them is the same, so if you grab any of them for learning, it’s okay. (eBay is your friend)

The DSDMĀ® Project Approach Questionnaire (PAQ)

Classical DSDM PAQ with several additions. It is still a part of the method, and 20 years ago it was considered a valuable addition to the whole Agile world, so here it is. It’s a bit sad that over the past 30 years, the DSDM Consortium (now Agile Business Consortium) has not developed the PAQ into a full-fledged online tool for risk management in agile projects, such as AgilityHealthRadar.

The intended audience for the PAQ is Project Managers, but in my opinion, the audience consists of experienced change managers, Agile Coaches, and anyone involved in change/transformation management-related activities. The use of PAQ should not be performed by inexperienced individuals. Practice is needed to properly assess culture, project maturity, and the products themselves (and everything in between). If you have designed Agile project management principles (not just one project, but the “rules of the game” across the entire organization from the PMO) in both a traditional, “hierarchical” organization and in a healthy, evolving Agile culture – then you know what I mean. With such a background of experience, you know how to interpret the questions posed in the PAQ correctly and how deep each of them can be. Unfortunately, a significant portion of accredited AgilePMĀ® trainers do not have this experience because APMG does not require any practical experience in conducting agile transformations in the accreditation process. Only theoretical knowledge of the methodology is assessed.

AgilePMĀ® V1.2 Reference Card

A reference card based on the DSDMĀ® Atern V2 & AgilePMĀ® 1.0 – 1.2 (in short DSDMĀ® was rebranded as AgilePMĀ®). The reference card presents a matrix of project phases, products (also known as management products or artefacts), roles, and their respective responsibilities as defined by the AgilePMĀ® regarding who, when, and what regarding specific management products.

Woho! šŸ˜± This AgilePMĀ® Reference Card looks scary!

Do not treat this overview as a dogmatic approach, but rather as an inspiration.Ā  However, based on my experience, if you deal with projects in regulated environments with audits and governance or risk control activities highly embedded within the organization’s culture, this overview was a good starting point for me to show scepticists, that some Agile methodologies have governance within.

AgilePMĀ® V2 Reference Card

Same as the previous one, just for the AgilePMĀ® 2.0 (current version). The reference card appears to be a little bit more compact because the authors of the AgilePMĀ® V2 method decided to make things, let’s say, more approachable for newcomers. The concept is the same as in the previous Reference Card: project phases, products, roles, and their respective responsibilities as defined in the Handbook with information on who, when, and what is being done regarding specific management products.

Woho! šŸ˜± This AgilePMĀ® Reference Card looks scary!

Once again, do not treat this overview as a dogmatic directive from AgilePMĀ® authors, but rather as “food for thought.” However, based on my experience, this overview was a good starting point for coaching and mentoring activities that I had with some PMs and Heads of PMOs during the Agile Transformation in some banks.

AgilePMĀ® V2 Project Health Check Questionnaire (PHCQ)

The Project Health Check Questionnaire (PHCQ) was a tool that my team and I used (probably 10-15 years ago) during auditing or controlling activities for DSDMĀ® / AgilePMĀ® projects, where some clients (mainly PMO office heads) needed to understand the audit process for agile projects to be able to do it independently, building new guidelines within the organization.

More modern alternatives to AgilePMĀ® PAQ

Nowadays, we have many much better online, interactive, collaborative tools that do what PAQ is supposed to do, but much more effectively. They are faster, better, and designed with teamwork and reporting dashboards in mind. The most recognizable one that I can recommend based on my experience is AgilityHealthRadar. On a smaller scale, customized tools like retrospectives also do the job right (see list of Agile Tools and Software).

Quality is a habit (Aristotle)

A habit backed by 20 years as a trainer and 15 years as an Enterprise Agile Transformation Leader

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Paulo CoelhoWhen he was preparing for the AgilePMĀ® exam

It’s been over 20 years in IT. I have more than 200 certifications in IT, InfoSec, management, coaching, mentoring, and training, and this, and that and blah blah blah… who cares? What matters is a practical, hands-on experience… In my case, it’s been 15 years of active engagement in Agile Transformations, Agile Leadership and Governance, as well on the theory side, more than 10 years as an Accredited AgilePMĀ® trainer.

Additionally, in the case of the DSDMĀ® area, I was privileged to receive the first in Poland DSDM-Agile Trainer-Coach distinction. It was a unique, verbal exam based on my real-life case study of implementing DSDMĀ®. The whole experience was done before the DSDM Consortium commission and AgilePMĀ® authors; in my case, it was Steve Messenger and Andrew Craddock). We (me and my trusty team) were nominated to the 2016 Agile Awards. we were one of the finalists.

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As an official International Ambassador for the Agile Business Consortium, I voluntarily promote ABC, including the standards under its umbrella such as AgilePMĀ®, AgileBAĀ®, AgileDSĀ®, and others. I am also engaged in translating ABC’s products, as well as supporting the development of the Consortium’s strategy, extending its reach to organizations seeking agile ways of working.

Finalist of Agile Awards 2015

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Anyway, I’m trying to say that I’ve invested more than 15 years of my professional and private time in this ‘Agile stuff.’ It’s time to give something back to the community. Many great people have helped me along the way, and I want to contribute to the community. I believe that none of it matters if you donā€™t share and help others.

Don't be fooled by AgilePMĀ® exam dumps

I hope you will find my exam simulator valuable on your journey. The simulator is not just a tool to help you pass your upcoming AgilePMĀ® Foundation exam, but also to learn and understand the knowledge areas associated with the specific domain you are studying. Passing an exam shouldn’t be the ultimate goal in itself but rather a checkpoint in your never-ending self-development journey. The goal of the AgilePMĀ®Ā Exam Simulator is to provide you with as much learning feedback as possible, so you won’t waste your time memorizing questionable AgilePMĀ® exam dumps or shady AgilePMĀ® question databases with no prior verification of correct answers and with no rationals to questions.

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