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SAFe® SPC 6 Exam Simulator

multiple choice exam (ABCDEF)
one or multiple correct answer(s) per question
# of questions: 60 | 75% to pass (45)
duration: 120 minutes

Copyright ┬ę Miros┼éaw D─ůbrowski

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1. Which of the following is an aspect of the leading-by-example dimension of Lean-Agile Leadership?

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2. When during PI Planning is the ROAM technique used to categorize program risks?

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3. What is the right use for the Introducing SAFe resource?

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4. How can a Release Train Engineer help unlock intrinsic motivation?

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5. What are two ways Lean budget guardrails guide Value Stream investment decisions? (Choose two.)

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6. Integration points control product development and accelerate what?

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7. How does SAFe describe Customer Centricity?

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8. During PI Planning, what is the primary objective of the draft plan review?

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9. What is the goal of Lean?

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10. What is the benefit of timeboxing the preparation for the first PI Planning event?

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11. What are the SAFe Core Values?

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12. Who has the content authority for an Agile Release Train (ART)?

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13. Relentless improvement, as defined in the Scaled Agile Framework, includes which two activities? (Choose two.)

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14. According to SAFe Principle #10, what should the Enterprise do when markets and customers demand change?

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15. In PI Planning, the Final Plan Review is done by who?

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16. Which of the following is a benefit of organizing around Value Streams?

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17. What is the purpose of the new SAFe Principle #10?

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18. What is a characteristic of relentless improvement?

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19. What are two reasons to manage an implementation plan as a Roadmap? (Choose two.)

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20. What should a Supplier using a traditional methodology do when working with ARTs in a Value Stream?

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21. Which of the following is an area of responsibility for a SAFe Practice Consultant (SPC)?

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22. Which statement is accurate regarding multiple Agile Release Train (ART) rollouts?

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23. SAFe uses Kanban to manage flow at the Portfolio Level for the following reasons except __________.

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24. Which statement is true about Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) in SAFe?

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25. Applying which of the following flow accelerators minimizes interruptions and increases productivity?

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26. What are the two goals of the Feature section of the Program Kanban? (Choose two.)

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27. What are specific and quantifiable business performance measures for the value streams in a portfolio?

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28. Flow is one of the four pillars of the SAFe House of Lean. What are the three other pillars? (Choose three.)

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29. Coordinating Trains and Suppliers is part of which SAFe Core Competency?

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30. Why does a Lean-Agile Leader want to continuously improve the system?

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31. There are multiple Agile Release Trains (ART) identified from the Value Stream Workshop. The ideal ART to launch first is found at the intersection of which converging factors?

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32. What is an example of applying cadence-based synchronization in SAFe?

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33. What are three essential Program events that keep the Agile Release Train on track? (Choose three.)

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34. A new Agile Release Train is formed and Miro is the new coach. All members of the train are new to Agile. After three iterations Lee is hearing that many of the teams are having problems running their team events. What can Miro do to assist the teams?

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35. After launching the first Agile Release Train, what should be the next train to launch?

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36. Who typically facilitates the Agile Release Train Sync meeting?

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37. Which of the following operates as a closed loop that supports frequent value delivery and continuous learning about customers' needs?

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38. According to John Kotter, what is the first step to successful change?

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39. Based on the work of Don Reinertsen, the Scaled Agile Framework denotes five primary economic factors that can be used to consider the economic perspective of a particular investment. What are three of those primary economic factors? (Choose three.)

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40. What are two benefits of Communities of Practice? (Choose two.)

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41. How can an SPC use Essential SAFe?

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42. What are the primary responsibilities of Program Portfolio Management (PPM)?

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43. Which three actions are needed to launch an Agile Release Train? (Choose three.)

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44. What are the three dimensions of the Agile Product Delivery competency? (Choose three.)

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45. Which decisions should be centralized?

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46. Juan is the coach of a new Agile Release Train. All members of the train are new to Agile. After two iterations Juan is hearing that most teams have problems running all of their team events. He does not have time to attend the events for all teams. What two things can he do? (Choose two.)

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47. Which flow metric indicates how many items are currently in the system?

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48. Why is it important that a SAFe Practice Consultant (SPC) provide ongoing coaching?

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49. What should be used to reinforce the basics in the accelerated step of the Implementation Roadmap?

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50. When is the ROAM technique used to categorize Program risks?

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