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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.
Agile/Scrum does not include senior management among the stakeholders, traditional project management does.
There is no difference. Project stakeholders are the same with both methodologies.
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 ensure stakeholders are correctly following the Agile/Scrum approach as they prepare and submit their Stories.
To understand the relative importance of each Story.
To coach the stakeholder on the Agile/Scrum methodology.
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