PMI® Agile Certified Practitioner


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On demand Virtual training program is designed to help aspiring professionals earn Agile Certification (PMI-ACP)® and empower the current & future project managers to demonstrate their level of professionalism in agile principles, practices, tools and techniques. This course is taught by trainers who have years of experience in training and who have been practicing Agile Project Management with some of the top IT organizations. 

Course programme

1. Introduction to PMI-ACP®

Learning Objectives - Participants will learn about how to prepare and take the PMI-ACP ® exam, the eligibility criteria for the exam, exam fees, reference materials, books and other resources that are required to pass the exam. .

Topics - Introduction, Agenda, What is ACP ® and PMI ®, Pre-requisite for ACP ® Exam, About the ACP ® Exam, ACP ® Exam Syllabus.

2. Agile Project Management Framework

Learning Objectives - Participants will learn about the Agile Manifesto and Agile Principles, they will learn how to apply Agile tools and techniques in projects.

Topics - What is Agility, Agile Manifesto, Agile Principles.

3. Agile Planning, Monitoring and Adapting

Learning Objectives - Participants will learn how to apply Agile planning techniques to plan Agile projects, they will also learn on how to monitor and control projects that are in-progress using Agile monitoring and control techniques. They will understand how to adapt to the changes in the environment.

Topics -Retrospectives, Task/Kaban boards, Timeboxing, Iteration and Release Planning, WIP Limits, Burn Down/up Charts, Cumulative Flow Diagrams, Process Tailoring, Variance and trend analysis, Daily stand ups, Backlog grooming/refinement, Product-feedback loop.

4. Agile Estimation

Learning Objectives -Participants will learn to estimate using Agile estimation techniques such as Planning Poker, Ideal Days and T-shirt Sizing Methods.

Topics - Relative Sizing/Story Points, Wide Band Delphi/Planning Poker, Affinity Estimating, Ideal Time.

5. Agile Analysis & Design

Learning Objectives - Participants learn how to conduct project analysis using tools such as Product Roadmaps, User Story Mapping and also learn about Agile design techniques such as Agile Modelling, Chartering and Personas.

Topics - Product Roadmap, User Stories/Backlog, Story Maps, Progressive Elaboration, Wireframes, Chartering, Personas, Agile Modelling.

6. Communication

Learning Objectives -Participants learn how to communicate and collaborate within teams and with customers and other stakeholders.

Topics - Information Radiator, Team Space, Agile Tooling, Osmotic Communications for Collocated and/or Distributed Teams, Daily Stand-ups, Two-way communications, Active listening, Brainstorming, Feedback methods.

7. Product Quality

Learning Objectives -Participants are exposed to techniques such as TDD, CI and other Agile engineering practices that help in improving the quality of the deliverables.

Topics - Frequent Verification and Validation, Test-driven Development/Test First Development, Acceptance Test-driven Development, Definition of Done, Continuous Integration, Exploratory testing and usability.

8. Soft Skills Negotiation

Learning Objectives -Participants will learn the soft skills such as Negotiation Techniques, Conflict Resolution Process and about Servant Leadership.

Topics - Emotional Intelligence, Collaboration, Adaptive Leadership, Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, Servant Leadership.

9. Value Based Prioritization

Learning Objectives -Participants learn how to prioritize work using techniques such as ROI, NPV, IRR and also learn about relative prioritization methods.

Topics - Return on Investment (ROI)/ Net Present Value (NPV)/ Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Compliance, Customer-valued Prioritization, Minimally Marketable Feature (MMF), Relative Prioritization/Ranking, Requirements reviews, Minimal viable product (MVP), MOSCOW, Kano analysis.

10. Risk Management

Learning Objectives -Participants learn, How to Identify, Document, Mitigate and Control Risks in the Agile Environment. They learn about Risk Backlogs, Risk Burn-down Charts and about Risk-based Spikes.

Topics -Risk-adjusted Backlog, Risk Burn Down Graphs, Risk-based Spike, Architectural spike.

11. Metrics

Learning Objectives -Here participants will get a comprehensive introduction to what metrics to use for agile projects, particularly how to use EVM metrics for projects.

Topics - Velocity, Cycle Time, Earned Value Management (EVM) for Agile Projects, Escaped Defects, Throughput/productivity, Lead time, Defect rate, Approved iterations, Work in progress.

12. Value Stream Analysis

Learning Objectives -Participants learn about how to optimize the value stream by identifying value added, non-value added processes and activities and how to eliminate non-value added activities from the system. This is learnt through the creation of a value-stream map.

Topics - Value Stream Mapping.

13. Knowledge and Skills

Learning Objectives - Participants will take real life case studies, project simulations and Agile games.

Topics - Communication Skills, Brainstorming Techniques, Problem Solving, Coaching and Mentoring, Stakeholder Management, Building Empowered Teams, Process Analysis Techniques, Agile Participatory Decision Models, Agile Contracting Methods, Principles of Lean Thinking, Vendor Management, Agile Failure Modes, Developmental mastery models, Agile discovery, Value based analysis and decomposition, Continuous improvement, Agile hybrid models, Managing with agile KPIs, Agile project chartering.

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