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1. In what way are stakeholders for Agile/Scrum projects different from stakeholders for traditional projects?
Agile/Scrum stakeholders are primarily external and traditional project management are primarily internal.
There is no difference. Project stakeholders are the same with both methodologies.
Agile/Scrum does not include senior management among the stakeholders, traditional project management does.
2. Who manages stakeholder interaction with respect to project requirements on an Agile/Scrum project?
Scrum Team members.
3. What is a primary reason why the Product Owner meets with stakeholders during the time that they are collecting requirements and writing Story Cards?
To coach the stakeholder on the Agile/Scrum methodology.
To ensure stakeholders are correctly following the Agile/Scrum approach as they prepare and submit their Stories.
To understand the relative importance of each Story.
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