PMI-ACP®

PMI-ACP®

150,000.00

PMI-ACP®  agile certified practitioner credential validates your knowledge of Agile principles, practices and techniques across Agile methodologies. This 3 day session challenges new and seasoned Agile practitioners® to explore what it takes to successfully apply Agile methods to their teams, projects and programs.

Description

AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT  PMI ACP®

Agile  Project  Managemt PMI-ACP® agile certified practitioner credential validates your knowledge of Agile principles, practices and techniques across Agile methodologies. This 3 day session challenges new and seasoned Agile practitioners® to explore what it takes to successfully apply Agile methods to their teams, projects and programs. In addition to providing the full spectrum of Agile principles, practices and techniques, this material is designed to cover all the areas needed to successfully pass the PMI-ACP® Exam. The PMI-ACP®  course features an interactive format filled with actual Agile experiences to truly provide you with direct access to what it takes to be highly effective with Agile. Our highly experienced Agile Project Management Coaches know what it takes to make Agile work in the real world, and what it takes to succeed on the PMI-ACP® exam! To help you prepare for the PMI®-Exam and to provide overall structure for Agile as a body of knowledge, here are the specific objectives covered during this 3 day session

Prerequisites:Candidates must hold the PMP® -or- 2000 hours of documented Project Management experience. In addition, candidates must have at least 1500 document hours of Agile Project Management experience (non overlapping with the aforementioned 2000 hours) prior to sitting for the PMI-ACP® Exam.

PMI-ACP® AGILE CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Learn precisely what you will need to know in order to pass the new Agile Certified Practitioner® (PMI-ACP)® Exam
  • Understand Agile principles and practices that will transform team performance and improve customer satisfaction
  • Acquire valuable insights into how you can “empower and inspire” your team
  • Gain insight on how to establish transparency in communication inside the team as well as with customers
  • Learn how to develop teams into high-performance teams; they will deliver amazing results for customers
  • Discover techniques to more actively manage a project’s scope to help better ensure the delivery of the best product possible, not just the product that was planned
  • Experience the freedom of embracing change and redefining how change affects projects, for the better
  • Evaluate how new approaches to manage project scope, schedule, budget and quality are easily improved through the use of effective Agile controls
  • Uncover the mystery of teams that are more accurate by being less precise
  • Combine best methods from multiple Agile methodologies to apply to your team
  • Learn to better know and collaborate with customers for better results
  • Build trust with your team and your customer through consistent cadence of “common sense” best practices
  • Learn the most powerful metrics to employ to ensure that teams continuously improve their development and delivery
  • Avoid the pitfalls many teams fall into when adopting Agile practices
  • Gain powerful insights, techniques and skills to successfully coach a new or existing agile team
  • Successfully make the transition from a ‘Command and Control’ leadership style to the more powerful ‘Servant Leadership’ method of management
  • React and respond to change quickly and effectively to seize competitive advantage for your customer
  • Arm yourself with the latest industry knowledge on how to manage dynamic projects in the most unforgiving environments
  • Learn why studies have shown Agile teams are significantly happier with their work, and ensure this benefit for your own team.

PMI-ACP® AGILE CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER PREREQUISITES

Course Participation Pre-Requisites:

There are no prerequisites to attend the training.

Certification Exam Pre-Requisites:

A candidate must attain:

Secondary Degree (High School Diploma, Associate’s Degree or global equivalent)

+  2,000 hours (approx 12 months) of General Project Experience

all the   Experience must be earned within the last 5 years.

+   1,500 hours (approx 8 months) of Agile Project Experience

(These hours are in addition to the 2000 hours required in “general project experience”)
all the Experience must be earned within the last 3 years

+ 21 contact hours of training in Agile Practices

Course Outlines

Domain 00 – Course Overview 16:14
  • 1 Course Overview 1.27
  • 2 Before You Start1.9
  • 3 Objectives 1.32
  • 4 Value of PMI-ACP Certification to the Professional1:39
  • 5 Value of PMI-ACP Certification to the Organization1:58
  • 6 PMI-ACP Eligibility Requirements2:9
  • 7 PMI-ACP Timeline0:0
  • 8 PMI-ACP Certification Fees1:52
  • 9 PMI-ACP Certification Maintenance and Renewal0:0
  • 10 PMI-ACP Exam Information1:33
  • 11 Domains and Tasks1:19
  • 12 Domains Covered1:21
  • 13 PMI-ACP Exam Blueprint1:46
  • 14 Practice Questions1:44
  • 15 Sources of Information0:0
  • 16 Conclusion
Domain 01 – Agile Principles and Mindset – Part 118:56
  • 1 Agile Principles and Mindset1:11
  • 2 Objectives1:20
  • 3 Agile0:0
  • 4 Agile-Best Practices1:39
  • 5 Agile Evolution1:53
  • 6 Agile Manifesto0:0
  • 7 Principles of the Agile Manifesto2:47
  • 8 Agile-Less Engineering, More Enabling1:45
  • 9 Agile Core Principles and Practices2:50
  • 10 What Agile is Not1:33
  • 11 Benefits of Agile1:41
  • 12 Agile-Real Life Example1:27
  • 13 Quiz0:0
  • 14 Summary1:43
  • 15 Conclusion
Domain 01 – Agile Principles and Mindset – Part 270:26
  • 1 Agile Principles and Mindset1:12
  • 2 Objectives1:23
  • 3 Agile Methodologies, Frameworks, and Processes1:45
  • 4 Scrum1:55
  • 5 Three Pillars of Scrum0:0
  • 6 Scrum Roles2:1
  • 7 Scrum Vocabulary0:0
  • 8 Scrum Meetings2:0
  • 9 Project Using Scrum – Example2:31
  • 10 Scrum Roles – Key Points1:38
  • 11 Extreme Programming1:52
  • 12 Five Core Principles of XP2:32
  • 13 XP Practices1:36
  • 14 XP Process Diagram1:44
  • 15 Success of XP Methodology – Example0:0
  • 16 Crystal Methodology1:29
  • 17 Crystal Methodology – Key Principles1:37
  • 18 Crystal Methodology – Key Categories2:7
  • 19 Dynamic Systems Development Method1:57
  • 20 Principles of DSDM Atern2:55
  • 21 Phases of DSDM0:0
  • 22 Feature Driven Development1:58
  • 23 Agile Project Management1:48
  • 24 APM Framework1:45
  • 25 APM and PMBOK1:27
  • 26 Lean Software Development1:59
  • 27 Lean Principles2:32
  • 28 Kanban2:14
  • 29 Kanban Method – Case Study1:46
  • 30 Lean Kanban Method0:0
  • 31 OpenUP1:45
  • 32 OpenUP – Phases2:26
  • 33 Information Radiators2:15
  • 34 Effective Information Radiators1:55
  • 35 Examples of Information Radiators1:20
  • 36 Knowledge Sharing1:44
  • 37 Knowledge Sharing (contd.)1:36
  • 38 Knowledge Sharing Contexts1:50
  • 39 Servant Leadership1:28
  • 40 Characteristics of a Servant Leader2:32
  • 41 Agile Servant Leadership1:35
  • 42 Quiz0:0
  • 43 Summary2:24
  • 44 Conclusion
Domain 02 – Value-Driven Delivery – Part 139:22
  • 1 Value – Driven Delivery1:12
  • 2 Objectives1:25
  • 3 Value1:31
  • 4 Forecasting Value1:38
  • 5 Time Value of Money0:0
  • 6 Time Value of Money – Terminologies1:38
  • 7 Future Value and Present Value – Formulas1:10
  • 8 Calculation of Future Value – Example0:0
  • 9 Financial Feasibility of Projects1:50
  • 10 Return on Investment1:28
  • 11 Net Present Value1:53
  • 12 Net Present Value – Example0:0
  • 13 Internal Rate of Return1:58
  • 14 Internal Rate of Return – Example0:0
  • 15 Payback Period1:35
  • 16 NPV, ROI, and Payback Period – Example0:0
  • 17 Prioritization1:38
  • 18 Factors in Prioritization1:41
  • 19 Agile Customer – Value Prioritization1:0
  • 20 Prioritization Techniques1:38
  • 21 Prioritization Techniques – MoSCoW2:24
  • 22 MoSCoW Technique – Example0:0
  • 23 Prioritization Techniques – Kano Model1:50
  • 24 Kano Model – Categories1:57
  • 25 Kano Model – Example0:0
  • 26 Prioritization Techniques – Relative Weighting1:57
  • 27 Relative Weighting – Example1:52
  • 28 Risk Management in Agile1:26
  • 29 Risk Adjusted Product Backlog1:56
  • 30 Risk Adjusted Product Backlog – Example1:37
  • 31 Non – Functional Requirements1:37
  • 32 Prioritization of Non – Functional Requirements1:55
  • 33 Quiz0:0
  • 34 Summary2:15
  • 35 Conclusion
Domain 02 – Value-Driven Delivery – Part 234:58
  • 1 Value-Driven Delivery1:11
  • 2 Objectives1:33
  • 3 Minimum Marketable Feature0:0
  • 4 Kanban Boards1:45
  • 5 Kanban Cards1:39
  • 6 Simple Kanban Board1:25
  • 7 Detailed Kanban Board2:13
  • 8 Kanban and JIT2:8
  • 9 Siemens Health Services- -Example0:0
  • 10 Incremental Delivery1:53
  • 11 Reviews and Feedback Techniques1:57
  • 12 Benefits of Review and Feedback1:18
  • 13 Reprioritization or Relative Prioritization2:41
  • 14 Prioritization List1:15
  • 15 Agile Compliance2:47
  • 16 Earned Value Management for Agile1:0
  • 17 EVM Terminologies2:39
  • 18 Earned Value Metrics with Formulae1:12
  • 19 Earned Value – Planning Parameters1:21
  • 20 EVM for Agile1:52
  • 21 Agile Earned Value Metrics – Example0:0
  • 22 Agile Contracts2:4
  • 23 Agile Contracting Methods0:0
  • 24 Quiz0:0
  • 25 Summary1:59
  • 26 Conclusion
Domain 03 – Stakeholder Engagement – Part 141:34
  • 1 Stakeholder Engagement1:8
  • 2 Objectives1:20
  • 3 Stakeholder Management1:40
  • 4 Principles of Stakeholder Management2:11
  • 5 Project Charter1:55
  • 6 Project Charter (contd.)1:49
  • 7 Components of Agile Project Charter1:33
  • 8 Business Case1:55
  • 9 Understanding Stakeholder Needs1:40
  • 10 Agile Wireframes1:49
  • 11 Agile Wireframes – Real Life Example1:21
  • 12 User Story1:44
  • 13 User Story – Card, Conversation, and Confirmation2:15
  • 14 User Story-Attributes0:0
  • 15 Story Card Information2:19
  • 16 User Story Card-Example0:0
  • 17 User Story – Examples1:38
  • 18 Agile Personas2:52
  • 19 Creating Agile Personas – Example1:45
  • 20 Creating Agile Personas – Example (contd.)1:20
  • 21 Theme and Epic1:0
  • 22 Theme and Epic Example0:0
  • 23 Product Backlog2:8
  • 24 Agile Story Maps2:12
  • 25 Assessing and Incorporating Community and Stakeholder Values1:35
  • 26 Assessing and Incorporating Community and Stakeholder Values (contd.)1:39
  • 27 Real Life Example1:41
  • 28 Quiz0:0
  • 29 Summary1:39
  • 30 Conclusion
Domain 03 – Stakeholder Engagement – Part 238:2
  • 1 Stakeholder Management-21:10
  • 2 Objectives1:26
  • 3 Communication Management1:0
  • 4 Agile Communication1:48
  • 5 Social Media Communication1:0
  • 6 Information Radiators1:24
  • 7 Information Radiators (contd.)0:0
  • 8 Visible Charts1:49
  • 9 Agile Modeling1:41
  • 10 Agile Modeling contd1:42
  • 11 Best Practices of Agile Modeling1:24
  • 12 Active Listening1:24
  • 13 Key Elements of Active Listening1:59
  • 14 Globalization Culture and Team Diversity1:30
  • 15 Cultural Diversity Issues-Recommendations2:18
  • 16 Agile Facilitation Methods2:42
  • 17 Agile Participatory Decision-Making1:54
  • 18 Agile Participatory Decision-Making Models1:35
  • 19 Agile Negotiation2:21
  • 20 Agile Negotiation and Conflict Management1:0
  • 21 Five Levels of Conflict0:0
  • 22 Agile Conflict Resolution2:51
  • 23 Quiz0:0
  • 24 Summary2:26
  • 25 Conclusion
Domain 04 – Team Performance – Part 128:24
  • 1 Team Performance1:10
  • 2 Objectives1:22
  • 3 Team Formation Stages0:0
  • 4 Building High – Performance Teams2:13
  • 5 HPT – Generalizing Specialist1:52
  • 6 Attributes of High – Performance Agile Teams1:25
  • 7 Building Empowered Teams0:0
  • 8 Setting and Managing Expectations0:0
  • 9 Daily Stand – Up Meeting1:35
  • 10 Introduction to Agile Leadership2:1
  • 11 Leadership Best Practices1:53
  • 12 Adaptive Leadership1:42
  • 13 Adaptive Leadership – ‘Doing Agile’ Tools1:49
  • 14 Management vs. Leadership2:2
  • 15 Coaching and Mentoring Within Teams1:32
  • 16 Agile Coaching1:44
  • 17 Coaching at Levels1:19
  • 18 Skills of an Agile Coach0:0
  • 19 Agile Emotional Intelligence1:35
  • 20 EI and ScrumMastersAgile Project Managers1:42
  • 21 EI Skills Assessment Framework2:3
  • 22 Benefits of EQ1:22
  • 23 Quiz0:0
  • 24 Summary2:13
  • 25 Conclusion
Domain 04 – Team Performance – Part 229:50
  • 1 Team Performance (2)1:10
  • 2 Objectives1:24
  • 3 Agile Team Motivation0:0
  • 4 Team Space1:35
  • 5 Signs of Bad Team Space1:46
  • 6 Co – Located Teams1:22
  • 7 Distributed Teams1:39
  • 8 Co – Located vs Distributed Teams2:30
  • 9 Osmotic Communication1:23
  • 10 Collaboration and Coordination2:12
  • 11 Collaboration Technology1:38
  • 12 Communication Gap Examples0:0
  • 13 Agile Brainstorming Session1:29
  • 14 Setting up an Effective Brainstorming Session1:40
  • 15 Brainstorming Session – Steps2:23
  • 16 Velocity2:24
  • 17 Velocity-Example 10:0
  • 18 Velocity-Example 20:0
  • 19 Unit of Measure for Velocity1:54
  • 20 Sample Velocity Chart1:32
  • 21 Agile Tools1:35
  • 22 Quiz0:0
  • 23 Summary2:43
  • 24 Conclusion
Domain 05 – Adaptive Planning – Part 154:40
  • 1 Adaptive Planning1:11
  • 2 Objectives1:30
  • 3 Multiple Levels of Planning0:0
  • 4 Aligning Agile Projects to Programs and Portfolios2:27
  • 5 Rolling Wave Planning or Progressive Elaboration2:14
  • 6 Rolling Wave Planning or Progressive Elaboration (contd.)1:34
  • 7 Timeboxing1:49
  • 8 Timeboxing – Best Practices1:43
  • 9 Timeboxing – Advantages1:51
  • 10 Estimation2:20
  • 11 Accuracy vs. Precision1:40
  • 12 Measures of Project Size1:0
  • 13 Relative Sizing1:51
  • 14 Story Points2:3
  • 15 Story Points (contd.)0:0
  • 16 Story Points Estimation – Steps1:54
  • 17 Story Points – Estimation by Analogy1:43
  • 18 Value Points1:54
  • 19 Ideal Days1:31
  • 20 Ideal Days (contd.)1:44
  • 21 Story Points and Ideal Days2:11
  • 22 Estimation Scale2:6
  • 23 Wideband Delphi2:2
  • 24 Wideband Delphi Process2:48
  • 25 Wideband Delphi Technique-Planning Poker2:22
  • 26 Planning Poker – Example1:48
  • 27 Affinity Estimation1:34
  • 28 Affinity Estimation Process0:0
  • 29 Estimation Using T – Shirt Sizing1:25
  • 30 Determining Project Size1:53
  • 31 Project Size Estimation – Real Life Example1:39
  • 32 Project Size Estimation – Explanation1:37
  • 33 Quiz0:0
  • 34 Summary2:17
  • 35 Conclusion
Domain 05 – Adaptive Planning – Part 251:22
  • 1 Adaptive Planning1:12
  • 2 Objectives1:26
  • 3 Release Plan2:16
  • 4 Steps in Planning a Release1:53
  • 5 Release Planning – Example1:35
  • 6 Release Planning – Example Illustration1:46
  • 7 Agile Product Roadmap1:48
  • 8 Iteration Plan1:52
  • 9 Iteration Length Selection2:22
  • 10 Length of Iterations – Example1:41
  • 11 Velocity – Driven Iteration Planning2:2
  • 12 Commitment – Driven Iteration Planning2:1
  • 13 Iteration Lifecycle0:0
  • 14 Release Plan vs. Iteration Plan1:45
  • 15 Value – Based Analysis and Decomposition0:0
  • 16 Determining Initial Schedule and Cost Range Estimates2:18
  • 17 Determining Initial Schedule and Cost Range Estimates – Example0:0
  • 18 Cone of Uncertainty1:52
  • 19 Agile Cone of Uncertainty1:49
  • 20 Velocity Variations1:56
  • 21 Sprint Reviews2:12
  • 22 Importance of Sprint Reviews1:32
  • 23 Sprint Retrospection1:45
  • 24 Backlog Grooming or Refinement2:37
  • 25 Backlog Grooming or Refinement – Illustration1:41
  • 26 Mid – Course Corrections2:53
  • 27 Mid – Course Corrections – Inspect and Adapt1:50
  • 28 Release Burndown Chart1:40
  • 29 Agile Games1:38
  • 30 Quiz0:0
  • 31 Summary2:42
  • 32 Conclusion
  • Domain 06 – Problem Detection and Resolution – Part 135:4
    • 1 Problem Detection and Resolution1:11
    • 2 Objectives1:28
    • 3 Agile Problem Detection1:48
    • 4 Problem Detection Techniques1:19
    • 5 Fishbone Diagram1:36
    • 6 Fishbone Diagram Analysis1:48
    • 7 5 Whys Tool2:23
    • 8 Control Charts2:12
    • 9 Lead Time and Cycle Time2:8
    • 10 Escaped Defects2:5
    • 11 Work In Progress1:51
    • 12 Work In Progress (contd.)2:22
    • 13 Cumulative Flow Diagrams1:34
    • 14 Cumulative Flow Diagrams (contd.)0:0
    • 15 CFD-Little’s Law2:12
    • 16 Work In Progress-Detailed1:38
    • 17 CFD with Bottleneck1:56
    • 18 Agile Problem-Solving1:24
    • 19 Agile Problem-Solving-Best Practices2:49
    • 20 Quiz0:0
    • 21 Summary2:7
    • 22 Conclusion1:11
Domain 06 – Problem Detection and Resolution – Part 238:58
  • 1 Problem Detection and Resolution1:11
  • 2 Objectives1:22
  • 4 Benefits of Metrics1:28
  • 5 Types of Metrics0:0
  • 6 Baseline Metrics1:26
  • 7 Actual Metrics or Actuals1:43
  • 8 Best Practices1:21
  • 9 Burn Charts1:37
  • 10 Variance Analysis0:0
  • 11 Trend Analysis1:57
  • 12 Variance and Trend Analysis1:36
  • 13 Risk Management in Agile2:12
  • 14 Risk Management Lifecycle2:6
  • 15 Step 1-Risk Identification1:32
  • 16 Risk Identification Opportunities2:39
  • 17 Step 2-Risk Assessment1:54
  • 18 Risk Assessment-Risk Census1:35
  • 19 Step 2-Risk Assessment0:0
  • 20 Step 3-Risk Response Strategies2:25
  • 21 Step 4-Risk Review2:5
  • 22 Risk Log0:0
  • 23 Risk Burndown Chart1:48
  • 24 Risk Profile Graphs1:51
  • 25 Progressive Risk Reduction1:55
  • 26 Spike1:45
  • 27 Agile Failure Modes1:44
  • 28 Agile Coach Failure Modes0:0
  • 29 Quiz0:0
  • 30 Summary2:8
  • 31 Conclusion1:9
  • 3 Metric and Measure
  • Domain 06 – Problem Detection and Resolution – Part 238:58
  • Domain 07 – Continuous Improvement – Part 153:10
    • 1 Continuous Improvement 11:12
    • 2 Objectives1:26
    • 3 Kaizen – Introduction1:46
    • 4 Kaizen – Introduction (contd.)1:37
    • 5 Kaizen – Key Aspects1:17
    • 6 Retrospectives1:0
    • 7 Retrospectives-Agenda1:28
    • 8 Importance of Retrospectives1:33
    • 9 Conducting a Retrospective-Factors1:35
    • 10 Conducting a Retrospective – Steps0:0
    • 11 Techniques to Conduct Retrospectives2:8
    • 12 Brainstorming Techniques1:46
    • 13 Process Analysis Technique1:48
    • 14 Agile Process Tailoring2:6
    • 15 Agile Process Tailoring – ShuHaRi0:0
    • 16 Quality in Agile2:12
    • 17 Project and Quality Standards for Agile Projects1:43
    • 18 Quality in Agile – Best Practices1:34
    • 19 Quality Best Practices – Frequent Verification and Validation2:18
    • 20 Quality Best Practices – Frequent Verification and Validation (contd.)1:36
    • 21 Quality Best Practices – Exploratory Testing1:46
    • 22 Quality Best Practices – Exploratory Testing (contd.)1:32
    • 23 Quality Best Practices – Usability Testing2:1
    • 24 Quality Best Practices – Test – Driven Development1:57
    • 25 Quality Best Practices – Test – Driven Development (contd.)2:22
    • 26 Test – Driven Development – Advantages2:15
    • 27 Quality Best Practices – Acceptance Test – Driven Development1:58
    • 28 Acceptance Test – Driven Development Cycle0:0
    • 29 Effectiveness of TDD – Experiment 11:55
    • 30 Quality Best Practices – Continuous Integration2:22
    • 31 Best Practices of Continuous Integration1:55
    • 32 Quality Best Practices – Definition of Done1:40
    • 33 Checklist for Story Completion1:59
    • 34 Quiz0:0
    • 35 Summary2:9
    • 36 Conclusion
  • Domain 07 – Continuous Improvement – Part 233:24
    • 1 Continuous Improvement1:13
    • 2 Objectives1:28
    • 3 Value Stream Mapping1:54
    • 4 Value Stream Mapping – Stages2:1
    • 5 Value Stream Mapping-Steps0:0
    • 6 Value Stream Mapping – Example1:30
    • 7 Value Stream Mapping Example – Solution1:39
    • 8 Value Stream Mapping Example – Outcome1:22
    • 9 Seven Forms of Waste2:38
    • 10 Agile Flowcharts2:12
    • 11 Flowchart Symbols1:20
    • 12 Flowchart Sample1:18
    • 13 Agile Spaghetti Diagrams1:40
    • 14 Spaghetti Diagrams – Steps1:44
    • 15 Benefits of Spaghetti Diagram1:24
    • 16 Self – Assessment1:0
    • 17 Organizational Self – Assessment1:29
    • 18 Written Communication in Agile2:10
    • 19 Facilitated Workshops2:27
    • 20 Workshop Facilitator1:58
    • 21 Principles of System Thinking0:0
    • 22 Principles of System Thinking (contd.)1:34
    • 23 Quiz0:0
    • 24 Summary2:1
    • 25 Conclusion

 

 

 

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Why is the certification most sought-after?

Why is the certification most sought-after?

  • Globally recognized professional agile certification
  • Enhances one’s skills on agile practices and agile methodologies
  • Showcases one’s agile knowledge and experience to potential employers
  • Strong base in agile software development
  • Opens up greater career prospects

Additional information

LEARNING METHOD

CLASSROOM, ONLINE SELF LEARNING

COURSE FEE

150000, 65780

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