- Value Driven Delivery
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Boosting Team Performance Practices
- Adaptive Planning
- Problem Detection and Resolution
- Continuous Improvement (Product, Process, People)
Learn Agile and Prepare for the PMI-ACP℠
Agile development methods remove the barriers between your customers and the development team. Using agile your organization will more easily meet market and customer needs, attain its ROI objectives, while improving the quality of life and productivity for all members of your team.
The PMI-ACP℠ certification is designed to help you gain a comprehensive understanding of agile. The PMI-ACP℠ requires the candidate to have 2,000 hours of general Project Management experience, 1,500 hours of agile project management experience, 21 training hours in an agile specific curriculum, and pass the PMI-ACP℠ certification exam.
This course will satisfy all of the training requirements for the exam. After taking this course, students will have the strong foundation needed to begin preparing for the certification exam.
This course is taught by instructors who were independent reviewers of the curriculum, as it was being developed. There were only a few of these independent reviewers of the PMI-ACP℠, it was our job to modify, revise, update or delete elements to ensure that it was comprehensive, contemporary (reflective of current practice), concise, and clear.
Who Should Attend
Although this prep course is primarily targeted towards project management professionals interested in achieving the PMI-ACP℠ certification, it could benefit many others. It is an effective foundation for anyone interested in adopting and leveraging agile techniques, including product and line managers, program managers, IT managers, or senior technicians.
- 21 PDUs toward the PMI-ACP℠ certification
- Managing Agile Projects book discount
3-Day Course Outline
Agile Frameworks and Terminology
Agile Manifesto Values and Principles
Agile Project Accounting Principles
Assessing and Incorporating Stakeholder Values
Applying New Agile Practices
Building High Performance and Empowered Teams
Coaching and Mentoring within teams
Co-Located and Geographically Distributed Teams
Elements of a Project Charter for an Agile project
Feedback Techniques (e.g. Prototypes, Simulation, Demonstration, Evaluation)
Globalization, Culture, and Team Diversity
Knowledge and Information Sharing
Leadership tools and Techniques
PMI's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
Problem Solving Strategies
Project and Quality Standards
Principles of Systems Thinking (e.g., complex adaptive, chaos)
Team Motivation Techniques
Time, Budget, and Cost Estimation
Variations of Agile Methods and Approaches
Value Based Analysis, Decomposition, and Prioritization