Agile Certified Practitioner - PMI - ACP

DURATION:
20 hours
ID:
PM007

Location

UAE, Jordan

Categories

PMI

Overview

In keeping with Project Management Institute’s goal of providing leadership in the evolution of project management, it has created the Agile Certified Practitioner certification (PMI-ACP). The PMI-ACP is positioned to recognize and validate knowledge of this important approach.

If you are working in organizations using Agile to manage projects, the PMI-ACP provides an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of Agile practices. The certification is not limited to project managers or Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential holders — individuals with experience working on Agile project teams can also apply.

Course Outline

  • Understanding Agile and Forming the Agile Team
    • What is Agile?
    • Why Agile?
    • Agile Manifesto
    • Agile Principles
    • Agile Methodologies
    • Agile Benefits
    • Team Roles and Responsibilities
    • Expectations
    • Self Organization
    • Communication
  • The Agile Coach
    • Role of the Agile PM or Agile Coach
    • Agile Project Management
    • Tips for working with Agile Teams
    • Communication
  • Agile Planning and Customer Focused Planning.
    • Project Planning
    • 5 Levels of Planning
    • Product Vision
    • Customer Involvement
    • User Roles
    • Creating and Using Personas
    • Constraints
  • Creating and Prioritizing the Product Backlog.
    • The Product Backlog
    • User Stories
    • Acceptance Criteria
    • Foundational Stories
    • Prioritization Themes
    • Decision Matrix
    • Kano Analysis
    • Preventing Fire Alarms
    • Continuous Prioritization.
  • Agile Estimating.
    • Relative vs. Actual Estimating
    • Introduction to Story Points
    • Using Story Points.
  • Agile Release Planning.
    • Velocity
    • What is a Release?
    • Schedule Based vs. Feature Based Planning
    • Building the Release Plan.
  • Iteration Planning and Execution.
    • Capacity
    • Engaging the Team
    • Planning the Iteration
    • Executing the Iteration
    • Daily Scrum/Stand-up
    • Scrum of Scrums
    • Iteration Review
    • Demonstrating Working Software.
  • Measuring and Communicating Progress.
    • Task boards
    • Story/Task cards
    • Metrics
    • Burn down Charts
    • Agile Tools.
  • Adopting Agile Project Management.
    • Agile Process Overview
    • Overcoming Resistance and Getting Started
    • Agile Calendar of Events
    • Challenges to Agile Adoption
    • Team Road map Exercise.

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