Agile KS 2 – Agile Frameworks & Terminology – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 2 – Agile Frameworks & Terminology – PMI-ACP Exam SCRUM Meetings: Sprint Planning, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, Daily Scrum Roles: Product Owner (i/c product backlog), Scrum Master, Members (Developers) Artifacts: Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Burn-down Charts Characteristics: everything time-boxed, short sprint (= iteration) around 2-4 weeks, self-managing team, potentially shippable increments Extreme Programming (XP) Meetings: […]

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Agile KS 1 – Value based decomposition and Prioritization for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 1 – Value based decomposition and Prioritization for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam   Value-based decomposition and prioritization is the process of gathering high level-requirements, ranking the priorities by values and, during development, decompose the requirements into detailed, smaller tasks (or iteration goal requirements) and prioritized again by value (progressive elaboration) Decomposition is the […]

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Agile KS 1 – Time, Budget and Cost Estimation for Agile project – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 1 – Time, Budget and Cost Estimation for Agile project – PMI-ACP Exam Steps involved in Agile estimation: Determine the unit (e.g. story points / ideal time) Calculate / estimate the efforts Convert efforts into work schedule (by considering the resources availability, holidays and dependency) Calculate the cost estimate (labour costs, equipment, other […]

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Agile KS 1 – Team motivation for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 1 – Team motivation for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam Agile teams are highly motivated through from organization. Align the goal of all team members through understanding what motivate individual members Motivators and de-motivators are different for different people Rewards are better for the whole team instead of individuals to promote mutual accountability.   See […]

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Agile KS 1 – Stakeholder Management for Agile project – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 1 – Stakeholder Management for Agile project – PMI-ACP Exam Stakeholders includes anyone that will be impacted / have an impact on the project (i.e. including sponsor, vendors, final customer, etc.) but excluding the project team in Agile projects Stakeholder management tasks involve: Identify stakeholders that are relevant to the project success Encourage / […]

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Agile KS 1 – Project and Quality Standards for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 1 – Project and Quality Standards for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam Quality is built-in for Agile projects as the product should be “” Stakeholder involvement Daily stand-ups and retrospectives Automated testing quality planning, quality assurance (emphasis on process / prevention) and quality control (emphasis on product)   Nếu có bất cứ chia sẻ về […]

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Công cụ Problem Solving ITTO trong luyện thi PMP và PMI-ACP

Công cụ Problem Solving ITTO trong luyện thi PMP và PMI-ACP Problem solving entails finding solutions for issues or challenges. It can include gathering additional information, critical thinking, creative, quantitative and/or logical approaches. Effective and systematic problem solving is a fundamental element in quality assurance and quality improvement. Problems can arise as a result of […]

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Agile KS 1 – Prioritization in PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 1 – Prioritization in PMI-ACP Exam Changes are welcome but should be introduced after the iteration Changes need to be prioritized by customer and team according to: Risk-based prioritization ROI-based prioritization Value-based prioritization Cycle Time / Time-to-market Team Velocity Complexity and the need of Spike   Nếu có bất cứ chia sẻ về luyện thi […]

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Agile KS 1 – Knowledge Sharing in PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 1 – Knowledge Sharing in PMI-ACP Exam Knowledge sharing / transfer is a key component of Agile project management. Encouraged through (not just for individual performance but team), etc. => measure up (base the reward on one level up) is a good way to encourage knowledge sharing, teamwork and collaboration, e.g. velocity of the […]

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Agile KS 1 – Incremental Delivery in PMI-ACP exam

Agile KS 1 –  Incremental Delivery in PMI-ACP exam Deliver the most valuable features first and fast to realize values, e.g. in software development, aim to have features gone into product asap to reap competitive advantages To break down complex features into minimally shippable features Incremental delivery also helps to confirm values and gain support of the […]

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