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Exam PSM I topic 1 question 24 discussion

Actual exam question from Scrum's PSM I
Question #: 24
Topic #: 1
[All PSM I Questions]

When must a Scrum Team release each Increment?

  • A. When it makes sense to release it.
  • B. When the Scrum Team finishes their work.
  • C. Whenever the product is free of defects.
  • D. After every Sprint, without exception.
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Issam_KHELIL
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Selected Answer: A
Answer A is correct
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Jyoti1010
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Selected Answer: A
Scrum team can decide when to release an increment.They not necessarily need to wait for review.The moment any sprint backlog item conform the Definition of Done , a new increment is born.
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Cliu
3 months ago
Selected Answer: A
Increment should be releasable, but not necessarily to be released
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Godfall
3 months ago
Selected Answer: A
Based on the Scrum Guide, the answer to the question "When must a Scrum Team release each Increment?" is: A. When it makes sense to release it. Scrum Teams are encouraged to release increments of the product as soon as it makes sense to do so, based on their product's goals and customer needs. There is no strict requirement to release after every Sprint, and it should be driven by the business value and timing considerations rather than being tied to a fixed schedule.
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293ebce
3 months, 4 weeks ago
Correct Answer is A. During the Sprint Product Backlog Item(s) turn into Increment(s). They meet the definition of "Done". An Increment can be released now, or later - at any given time. Releasing means putting value in the hands of customers.
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Luchito
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Selected Answer: D
According to the Scrum Guide, each increment must be released at the end of each Sprint, regardless of whether or not it is shipped to customers.
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amit_swolf
3 months, 1 week ago
this is google's top result but its incorrect. when product backlog item reaches DoD, it can be released at any point. A is correct
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Marty10
3 months, 4 weeks ago
So then it can't be released AFTER the sprint I think?!
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RamanAgarwal
5 months, 4 weeks ago
Correct Answer is Option D. We should release the increment at the end of every sprint. Doesnt need to go to production
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JoshyKawasaki
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Answer is A. Ultimate goal of each sprint is to produce an increment of value. PO makes the decision as to if/when it is released. It is not a mandatory requirement at the end of each sprint.
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