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AGE5000P - Agile Expert™ / Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) Exam Prep

AGE5000P - Agile Expert™ / Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) Exam Prep

Duration: 5 days
Price: $1,599.00
35 PDUs (3.5 CEUs), 35 CPEs

Group discounts available.

Requirements

Associate degree, or global equivalent, plus 1-3 years of information and management systems experience.

Description

The mindful use of Agile development practices, for both management (e.g., Scrum) and technical work (e.g., XP), empower teams to produce superior results in terms of delivering the highest value and quality product in a short period of time, within an accent on increasing the team's productivity, compared to non-Agile methods. Improvements on the order of 2x-4x or more can be achieved. This translates into cost savings as well as improved customer satisfaction. Also, teams and individuals enjoy and prefer the Agile work environment over non-Agile, once they learn and adapt to it. The Agile Expert® training from eConsulting Group™ is based on real-world, hands-on experience of what works (and doesn't work) in applying Agile practices, within different industries, to achieve these gains. Many of these practices and the underlying principles belong to the class called Lean Development (which is nearly synonymous with Agile Development), which has roots in Lean Production, Lean Six Sigma, and Scaled Agile. Lean-Six Sigma and Scaled Agile are frameworks that we teach within this program. The successful deployment of agile concepts suggests that the Agile principles and practices are applicable beyond software development to other industries, government, military, including general management as well. The class material will prepare students to sit for other Agile/Scrum exams, such as: PMI-ACP® (Agile Certified Practitioner).

Learning Objectives

1. Scrum Framework
2. Stakeholders, roles and responsibilities
3. Scrum Life Cycle
4. Sprint Planning
5. Product and Sprint Backlog
6. User Stories
7. Estimation
8. Planning Poker
9. Collaboration Games
10. Daily Stand Up Meetings
11. Story Mapping and Walking Skeleton
12. Kanban
13. Burn-Down Charts
14. Team' Signature
15. Sprint Review Meetings
16. Retrospectives and "DONE" Status
17. Sprint Termination
18. Agile Management Framework
19. Agile Manifesto and Constraints
20. Agile Life Cycle
21. Product Vision Box
22. Elevator Statement
23. Project Data Sheet/Scope Statement
24. Stakeholders
25. Sponsor (project charter)
26. Expert customer
27. Extreme customer
28. Roles, Personas, and Models
29. Types of Requirements
30. Elicitation Techniques
31. Wireframes
32. Requirements Analysis Issues
33. Joint Requirements Development (JRD) Session
34. Estimation
35. Wideband Delphi
36. Velocity
37. Control Charts
38. Burn Down and Burn Up Analysis
39. Task Boards
40. Little' Law
41. Information Radiators
42. Extreme Programming (XP)
43. Characteristics and Life Cycle
44. Stakeholders and Collocation
45. Timeboxing
46. Release Plan
47. Testing
48. Other Methods
49. Feature Driven Development (FDD)
50. Test Driven Development (TDD)
51. Acceptance Test Driven Development
52. Crystal Methodologies
53. Quality and Risk Management
54. Quality Function Deployment
55. Product Quality Assessment Chart
56. Leading vs. Lagging Quality Measurements
57. Risk Assessment and Trend Analysis
58. Risk Analysis and Pareto Diagrams
59. Risk Expected Value
60. Risk Based Spike
61. Communication
62. Problem Solving Techniques
63. Data Gathering Techniques
64. Data Analysis Techniques
65. Decision Making Techniques
66. Knowledge and Team
67. Adaptive Leadership
68. Team Development
69. Emotional Intelligence
70. Conflict Management
71. Agile PMO
72. Scaled Agile
72. Multi Project Environment
73. Scrum of the Scrums
74. Branching
75. Scaling
76. Delivery Performance Chart
77. Lean Management
78. Value Stream Mapping
79. Cycle Time
80. Kanban
81. Earned Value Management
82. Contract Types

Who Should Attend

Office managers, project managers, product managers, scrum masters, agile mentors, agile coaches, functional managers, team leads, team members, engineers, etc.

Method of Delivery

1. Onsite/Live class instructions or Online web seminar
2. Lectures
3. Open discussion
4. Case studies
5. Surveys

Certifications

At the end of the program, successful students will obtain following certificate of completion:

1. Agile Expert®
2. Scrum Master

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