The Professional Agile Leadership – Evidence-Based Management (PAL-EBM) practice assessment is available to anyone who would like some help preparing for the official Scrum.org PAL-EBM assessment.
This practice assessment has been created by the Red Tangerine Team and it is not endorsed by Scrum.org.
As well as taking the practice assessment, we recommend doing the following to prepare for the Scrum.org PAL-EBM assessment:
This practice assessment consists of 12 questions to be answered in 10 minutes, with a pass mark of 85%.
Further innovation in Product A is unlikely to result in additional value as it already has the majority of market share in comparison to Product B where innovation could lead to the capture of more market share.
From the Scrum Guide: “The Product Goal is the long-term objective for the Scrum Team. They must fulfil (or abandon) one objective before taking on the next.”
Defects are not just bugs in the product. A defect is anything that reduces the value of the product to a customer, user, or to the organization itself. Defects are generally things that don’t work as intended.
EBM is an empirical approach that helps organisations take into account the best available evidence to help them make decisions on ways to improve
Size and Lead Time have no relationship to value, though shorter lead times does mean that value propositions can be tested sooner
Congratulations! You scored the pass mark of 85% or above!
Good try, but unfortunately, you did not score 85% or above.