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1. What is a major advantage of the Agile/Scrum methodology over traditional project management methodology with respect to implementing strategic alignment projects?
Timeboxed Sprint estimates can ensure that the project will complete by a given strategic date.
The Agile/Scrum methodology ensures that there is direct involvement with stakeholders.
The Product Backlog will ensure that specific features or functions are delivered as part of the project.
2. Why is it normally very difficult to use Agile/Scrum methodology on a customer-funded project?
The customer is unwilling to assign people to serve on the Scrum Team.
The customer does not prioritize requirements; he expects them all to be delivered.
The customer is unwilling to pay for the added expense of a Scrum Master and Product Owner.
3. When using the Agile/Scrum methodology on a Product Line Strategy project, what could be a reason for re-prioritizing the Product Backlog that is related to the Product Line Strategy?
Scrum Team member changes and Sprint Demo results.
Competitive response and market changes.
The Product Backlog is not re-prioritized on Product Line Strategy projects.
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