In this course, you will learn PMI-ACP ® terminology required to pass the ACP® exam. You will receive a CD of material including the ACP Body of Knowledge ® Guide and Exam Bank Questions. You will also receive Campus ACP® Certificate.
- What is The Certificate
- Accredited Organization
- Target Audience
- Program Objectives
- Why Campus
- Program Certification
- Exam Details
– Agile is a general methodology applicable to project management and product development, and is increasingly used today as businesses and industries recognize the inherent value in this approach. The PMI-ACP® is a well respected credential in the agile community, and demonstrates your competence in carrying out project management using agile practices. The certification mandatorily requires a combination of agile training, experience working on agile projects and passing a rigorous examination on agile principles, practices, tools and techniques.
– This Certificate will gives you multiple opportunities to learn how best to implement Agile practices appropriate for your teams, through an engaging blend of discussion, group interaction, case studies and real-world focused workshops. It also prepares candidates to sit for the rigorous PMI-ACP® examination. Candidates who have successfully obtained this certification can meet the needs of organizations by applying a diversity of methods to project management.
The PMI-ACP recognizes knowledge of agile principles, practices and tools and techniques across agile methodologies.
– Project Planners
– Quality Assurance Staff
– Project Controllers
– Product Owners
– Scrum Masters
– Scrum Team Members
– Anyone looking to demonstrate level of experience and knowledge of managing agile projects or wanting to further the understanding of how Agile is applied and practiced.
– Get an introduction to Agile principles and practices
– Learn how to mentor high-performance teams who deliver results
– Understand techniques for actively managing project scope and ensuring delivery of the best products possible
– Get familiar with new ways of managing project scope, schedule, budget and quality that are easily improved through effective Agile controls
– Learn to combine best methods from multiple Agile methodologies
– Use consistent cadence of “common sense” best practices in Agile
– Apply powerful metrics to ensure continuous improvement
– Learn about common pitfalls many teams fall into when adopting Agile practices
– Change “Command and Control” leadership style to the more powerful “Servant Leadership” method of management
– Respond to change quickly to seize competitive advantage
– Benefits of Agile and why Agile teams are significantly happier with their work
– Training 24 credit hours.
– Certified and Professional Instructors.
– Free Material + Questions.
– Free Revision for each section.
– Free Quiz after each section.
– Re-attending the Course when needed without any charge.
– Free Membership and Membership Benefits.
– Free Recruitment for one year.
– Catering Services.
– Certificate of attendance from CAMPUS.
*A Certificate of ACP Accredited by PMI upon you passing ACP International Exam .
* In addition to a certificate of attendance for the course, Accredited by Campus Institute.
Overview of Agile Project Management:
- Agile Manifesto
- Popular Agile Methodologies
- Agile Principles and Practices
- Quick Overview of the Agile Practices using Scrum
Understanding the Key roles and Artifacts of Scrum:
- Scrum Master (Agile Project Manager)
- Product Owner
- Team Members
- Product Backlog
- Sprint Planning Meeting
- Sprint Backlog
- Tracking Board
- Sprint Demo
Understanding User Stories:
- The Anatomy of a User Story
- User Story Development Techniques
- Story Points
- Ideal Time
- Wide Band Delphi
The Sprint Planning Meeting:
- The Sprint Planning Meeting Time Box
- Feature Prioritization
- The Tracking Board
- Definition of Done
- Load Balancing
- Self Organized teams
- Work Volunteering
- Daily Stand-up Meetings
- Burn Down Chart Updating
- Sprint Demo Meetings (Continuous improvement process)
- Sprint Retrospectives
- Scaling Scrum
- Co-located and Distributed Teams
Best Practices and Concepts:
- Agile Tooling
- Osmotic Communications for Co-Located and Distributed Teams
- WIP Limits
- Cumulative Flow Diagram
- Process Tailoring
- Affinity Estimating
- Product Road Map
- Story Maps
- Wire Frames
- Frequent Verification and Validation
- Test Driven Development / Test First Development
- Continuous Integration
- Project Charter for an Agile Project
- Participatory Decision Models
- Process Analysis Techniques
- Value-based Assessment
- Emotional Intelligence
- Adaptive Leadership
- Conflict Resolution
- Servant Leadership
- Building High Performance Teams
Value Based Prioritization:
- Return on Investment (ROI)
- Net Present Value (NPV)
- Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
- Customer Valued Prioritization
- Minimally Marketable Feature (MMF)
- Relative Prioritization / Ranking
- Business Case Development
- Agile Contracting Methods
- Agile Project Accounting Principles
- Applying New Agile Practices
- Compliance (Organization)
- Control Limits for Agile Projects
- Failure Modes and Alternatives
- Globalization, Culture and Team Diversity
- Innovation Games
- Principles of Systems Thinking (Complex Adaptive Chaos)
- Regulatory Compliance
- Variance and Trend Analysis
- Vendor Management
In campus, each of our instructors are certified instructors and they are professional in this programs with many years of experience.
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