A Complete Beginner Guide To PMI-ACP Certification Agile Project Management
Explore The First Course Of A Series Of Eight (The Agile Project Management Essentials)
“This is the first course of a series of eight that will form the Agile Project Management – The PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner) Certification Program. In this course you will be taught introduction to common agile methodologies. This course is designed to prepare you for the Agile Certified Practitioner exam.
- General knowledge regarding project management is a plus, but not necessary.
- Understand characteristics of agile project management, distinguish between primary and secondary agile values, recognize agile principles, recognize the differences between defined and empirical methodologies, and compare the agile triangle of constraints with that of traditional project management.
- Compare the phases of traditional project management with those of the agile framework , understand how a project manager’s responsibilities will change on an agile project, and distinguish between common agile methodologies.
- Understand agile project management, determine whether your organization should adopt agile practices, and identify factors to consider when deciding whether to adopt agile practices.
- Apply key principles of agile practices, develop an agile mindset and obtain buy-in from stakeholders to implement agile practices, develop an agile mindset, and obtain buy-in from stakeholders to implement agile practices.
Who should take this course?
- Intended for project managers, program managers, or anyone who wants to efficiently participate in agile projects.
- Aligned with the Agile Certified Practitioner exam objectives developed by the Project Management Institute® and Certified ScrumMaster learning objectives.
- Will entitle you to claim 5 PDU’s for the PMI certification exams and to maintain your PMI certification.”
|Introduction to the Section|
|Agile Project Management Essentials||00:02:12|
|The Agile Approach|
|Defining Agile project management||00:02:12|
|Benefits of Agile management||00:08:21|
|Primary and secondary Agile values||00:06:30|
|The evolution of Agile models||00:02:25|
|Defined and empirical models||00:09:03|
|The role of the project plan||00:05:21|
|Inspection and adjustment||00:05:15|
|The Agile triangle of constraints||00:07:24|
|Agile Models and Methodologies|
|Traditional and Agile approaches||00:06:31|
|Traditional and Agile project phases||00:09:16|
|Agile project management||00:14:30|
|Scrum XP and Lean||00:13:16|
|Other Agile methodologies||00:00:00|
|PMI ACP Certification Agile Project Management Essentials|
|Section Project Optional||00:00:00|
|Agile Project Management Essentials||00:02:15|
|Introduction to the Section|
|Understanding Agile Project Management|
|Common Misconceptions about Agile||00:02:24|
|Combining Traditional and Agile Models||00:05:09|
|Applications for Agile||00:03:21|
|Agile Project Planning||00:04:21|
|Agile Project Management||00:01:31|
|When to adopt Agile Practices|
|Factors to Consider||00:01:18|
|Organizational Structure and Culture||00:07:15|
|Existing Processes and the Team||00:05:18|
|Industry and Customer||00:06:00|
|Adopting Agile Practices||00:04:18|
|Agile Practices for Initial Adoption|
|General Agile Practices||00:01:35|
|Team and Customer Communication||00:05:18|
|Developing an Agile Mindset|
|Using Additional Agile Principles||00:09:21|
|Getting Stakeholders to Adopt Agile|
|Getting Buy in from Stakeholders||00:03:06|
|Communicating the Need for Change||00:05:24|
|Agile Practices Statistics||00:00:00|
|Course Project Optional||00:00:00|
|Adopting Agile Management||00:01:00|