Identification of 'exam significance' for each agile topic.
A focus on real-world Agile project issues.
Exclusive exercises and Tricks of the Trade®.
To understand the concepts of agile project management
Prepare for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® Exam
Agile management or agile project management is an iterative method of determining requirements for engineering and information technology development projects in a highly flexible and interactive manner. Agile methodologies and frameworks for managing successful projects. Realizing this, Project Management Institute (PMI)® came up with its Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certification, which tests an individual’s ability to deliver products in an agile environment.
This three-day workshop will assist you to understand the concepts of agile project management and be able to prepare for PMI-ACP® certification exam, which focuses on Tools and Techniques (T&Ts) and Knowledge and Skills (K&Ss) in six different domains, namely, Value-Driven Delivery, Stakeholder Engagement, Boosting Team Performance Practices, Adaptive Planning, Problem Detection and Resolution, and Continuous Improvement.
Introduction to PMI-ACP® Examination
Importance of the Exam, Qualifying for the Exam, Exam Assumptions, Exam Contents, Tools And Techniques (T&Ts), Knowledge And Skills (K&Ss), Domains, Exam Score Breakdown.
Agile Framework – Agile Manifesto, Guiding Principles, Declaration of Independence (DOI), Agile Process Overview.
Agile Methodologies and Frameworks
Scrum, Extreme Programming (XP), Feature-Driven Development (FDD), Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM), Crystal, Lead Software Development, Kanban.
Knowledge and Skills (Level 1) – Prioritization, Incremental Delivery, Feedbacks through Prototypes, Simulations, and Demonstrations.
Knowledge and Skills (Level 3) – Agile Contracting Methods.
Domain - Adaptive Planning
Tools and Techniques – Time boxing, Progressive Elaboration, Process Tailoring, MMF, Wideband Delphi and Planning Poker, Ideal Time, Relative Sizing / Story Points, Affinity Estimating, Iteration and Release Planning.
Knowledge and Skills (Level 1) – Value-Based Decomposition and Prioritization, Time, Budget, and Cost Estimation.
Knowledge and Skills (Level 2) – Value-Based Analysis, Agile Charters, Business Case Development.