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Question from free Test -IZenbridge

Posted: Wed Feb 03, 2016 5:03 am
by jyotimayank
Question 29 of Sample Test with 60 Questions. -By Dave

I noticed question 29 has provided the wrong answer to the question. Question 29 says, "In XP, who packages the project’s information for presentation to executives and peers and keep plans synchronized with reality." The answer that is identified as correct is, "Project Manager". That answer is WRONG. The correct answer is "XP Coach". In the book "The Art of Agile Development", James Shore, he sates in chapter 3 that "One of the most important things the coaches can do is to help the team interact with the rest of the organization.
They help the team generate organizational trust and goodwill, and they often take responsibility for any reporting needed

Re: Question from free Test -IZenbridge

Posted: Wed Feb 03, 2016 5:36 am
by saket
Reference : The Art of Agile Development

Coaches : Page 35
One of the most important things the coaches can do is to help the team interact with the rest of the
organization. They help the team generate organizational trust and goodwill, and they often take
responsibility for any reporting needed.



The project manager
Project managers help the team work with the rest of the organization. They are usually good at coaching
nonprogramming practices. Some functional managers fit into this role as well. However, most project
managers lack the technical expertise to coach XP’s programming practices, which necessitates the
assistance of a programmer-coach.
Project managers may also double as customers.


So both the roles help in working with rest of the organization. we look coach focusing more on mindset and project manager more focusing on managerial issues

Re: Question from free Test -IZenbridge

Posted: Mon May 15, 2017 12:38 pm
by ashish.jais
If we have both the options available, which one to choose, Coach or project manager?

Re: Question from free Test -IZenbridge

Posted: Tue May 16, 2017 6:40 am
by saket
I will pick Project Manager since Coach is more on mindset and development.