PMI-ACP Agile Knowledge and Skills (KS)

In the PMI-ACP exam, you will be tested on the Tools & Techniques and Knowledge & Skills. Knowledge & Skills has weighted 50% number of questions in the PMI-ACP exam. Knowledge & Skills will be divided in 3 levels, each level will has different weight (Level 1 has 65%, Level 2 has 15%, and Level 3 has 10%. You can look at the detail of content on below table:

3 LEVELs OF KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS

Level 1 (65%)
40 questions
Level 2 (25%)
14 questions
Level 3 (10%)
6 questions
1. Active listening
2. Agile manifesto
3. Agile principles
4. Assessing and incorporating community and stakeholder values
5. Agile brainstorming techniques
6. Building empowered teams
7. Coaching and mentoring within teams
8. Agile communications management
9. Feedback techniques for product (e.g., prototyping, simulation, demonstrations, evaluations)
11. Incremental delivery
12. Agile knowledge sharing
13. Agile leadership tools and techniques
14. Prioritization
15. Agile problem-solving strategies, tools and techniques
16. Project and quality standards for Agile projects
17. Stakeholder management
18. Agile team motivation
19. Time, budget and cost estimation
20. Value-based decomposition and prioritization
1. Agile frameworks and terminology
2. Building high-performance teams
3. Agile business case development
4. Collocation (geographic proximity)/distributed teams
5. Agile continuous improvement processes
6. Elements of a project charter for an Agile project
7. Agile facilitation methods
8. Agile participatory decision models (e.g., input-based, shared collaboration, command)
9. PMI’s code of ethics and professional conduct
10. Process analysis techniques
11. Self-assessment
12. Value-based analysis
1. Agile contracting methods
2. Agile project accounting principles
3. Applying new Agile practices
4. Compliance (organization)
5. Regulatory compliance
6. Agile failure modes and alternatives
7. Globalization, culture, and team diversity
8. Agile innovation games
9. Principles of systems thinking (e.g., complex adaptive, chaos)
10. Control limits for Agile projects
11. Variance and trend analysis
12. Variations in Agile methods and approaches
13. Vendor management

 

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