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PMI-ACP® EXAM PREP CLASS This Course fulfills the training requirement of 21 contact hours required for PMI-ACP® Certification Exam

UNDERSTAND AND APPLY AGILE TOOLS, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES ON PROJECTS PMI-ACP® certification is in growing demand. If you are an experience project manager, wants to gain competitive advantage and looking to improve your career prospects, PMI-ACP® certification is for you. Embracing change, incremental delivery, iterative, prioritization, self-organizing, value mapping, feedback, value stream, frequent delivery, all these terminologies and concepts you are going to learn in this course.

COURSE OUTLINE CERTIFICATION OVERVIEW About PMI Library of Global Standards Global Recognized Credentials PMI-ACP® Certification Overview Eligibility requirements Timelines & Certification Process Continue Certification Requirements (CCR) Exam Information Exam Content Outline Reference Material

SCRUM What is Scrum? Scrum Origins Scrum Legs/ Three Pillars Scrum Cycle Summary Scrum team -Roles of Scrum Team Scrum Events/Ceremonies/Meetings Scrum Artifacts

AGILE FRAMEWORK Project Noise and selection method What is Agile? What Agile isn’t Why Agile What’s Different Agile Umbrella Agile Origin Agile Manifesto Traditional vs. Agile Approach Traditional vs. Agile teams Agile Process Evaluation of Triangle Scaled Agile Framework

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EXTREME PROGRAMMING (XP) What is Extreme Programming XP Lifecycle XP Team Key Concepts Values Principles Primary Practices Corollary Practices Theory of Constraints (TOC)

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AGILE APPROACH TO PLANNING Multiple level of planning -Planning Onion Product Vision Agile Chartering Product Roadmap Story Maps


Release Planning Iteration Planning Minimal Marketable Features (MMF) Key Lessons

User Stories User Story Template 3 C’s INVEST EPIC, Story & Theme Acceptance Criteria, Acceptance Test, and Definition of Done Concept of Slicing



What is Product Backlog? Product Backlog Grooming The DEEP quality of Product Backlog Ordering Product Backlog Refining Product Backlog Definition of Done (DoD) Definition of Ready (DoR)

How traditional testing practices evolved Traditional & Agile testing contrasted Effective Testing on Agile Projects Agile testing flow From Test Last to Test First Test driven development/Test first development Acceptance test driven development (ATDD) Exploratory Testing Key learning's



Kanban Model Kanban Board with WIP Core Principles Key Differentiators

Retrospective –What it is? Why Retrospective Retrospective Steps as part of an iterative Life cycle Set the stage. Gather data. Generate insights. Decide what to do. Close the retrospective. Key Learnings

AGILE ESTIMATION Estimation Challenges Why do we estimate? Who, What and How Accuracy vs. Precision The cone of uncertainty Relative vs. absolute estimates Level of Estimates in Agile Projects Estimation scale –Fibonacci Sequence Wideband Delphi Planning Poker Affinity Estimates Measure Velocity Other Key Terms (Agile Modeling, Wireframes, Persona)

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AGILE METRICS Waterfall vs. Agile Metrics Velocity Cycle Time Throughput Burn up/down Chart Earn value Management

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FLASHCARDS Key Agile definition and terminologies

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES Free internet resources, article, forums & groups

REVIEW Review of Tools and Techniques Review of Knowledge Areas Review of Domain and Task


WHO SHOULD ATTEND         

Candidate preparing PMI-ACP Exam Agile Practitioner Project/Program Managers PMO Practitioners Product Owners Team Leads (QA, BA or Technical) Scrum Masters Project Sponsors Anyone in Agile Project Management


Certificate of 21 Contract hours required for PMI-ACP® Exam 120 Practice exam questions 200+ pages of student study Guide Handouts including useful articles, tools, white papers and reference cards

CONTACT INFORMATION Email Phone +1 (403) – 889-7917

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