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At the seventh Sprint Review, the stakeholders are disappointed and angry. They have determined
that the product or system being built will not meet their needs and will cost more than they are
willing to spend. Which of the following statements could be true?
A. The PMO has not been engaged adequately.
B. The stakeholders haven't been attending prior Sprint Reviews.
C. The stakeholders haven't been using the Sprint Reviews to inspect and evaluate progress in the
prior Sprint Reviews.
D. The Scrum Master has not ensured that the project is transparent
E. The Product Owner has not been keeping the stakeholders aware of the progress of the project.
Each artifact contains a commitment to ensure it provides information that enhances transparency
and focus against which progress can be measured:
- For the Product Backlog it is the Product Goal. (Product Owner is accountable for developing and
explicitly communicating the Product Goal)
- For the Sprint Backlog it is the Sprint Goal.
- For the Increment, it is the Definition of Done.
These commitments exist to reinforce empiricism and the Scrum values for the Scrum Team and their
During the event, the Scrum Team and stakeholders review what was accomplished in the Sprint and
what has changed in their environment. Based on this information, attendees collaborate on what to
do next. The Product Backlog may also be adjusted to meet new opportunities.
There is no PMO in Scrum
Why is Scrum ref