Agile KS 3 – Vendor management – PMI-ACP Exam

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Agile KS 3 – Vendor management – PMI-ACP Exam If practicing Agile, this requirement should be explicitly outlined in the request for proposal (RFP) Special types of contracts should be used (refer to Agile contracting methods) for performance management Need to balance the scope of work, efforts and risks before deciding whether to proceed with Agile […]

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Agile KS 3 – Control Limits for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 3 – Control Limits for Agile projects – PMI-ACP Exam   By plotting the time to delivery / velocity / escaped defects / etc. as a control chart If some data fall outside the upper / lower control limits, a root cause analysis should be performed to rectify the issue Common cause – systematic issue, need […]

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Agile KS 3 – Principles of Systems thinking – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 3 – Principles of Systems thinking – PMI-ACP Exam   Systems thinking is a method to understand how things (parts) influence / interact with each another as a whole (system) For diagnosing organizational issues, understanding organizational dynamics and creating change Complexity of projects may range from simple, low complexity to complex and anarchy / chaos depending […]

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Agile KS 3 – Globalization, Culture and Team Diversity – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 3 – Globalization, Culture and Team Diversity – PMI-ACP Exam Respect is the key Understand cultural and personal differences, e.g. mind the use of language “what went wrong” vs “what can be improved” Every team needs to go through the following stages: forming > storming > norming > performing > adjourning (Tuckman’s stages of […]

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Agile KS 3 – 05 Failure modes & Alternatives – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 3 – Failure modes & Alternatives – PMI-ACP Exam Five failure modes (basic reasons for failure to achieve excellence) according to Alistair Cockburn: Making mistakes : that’s human nature Preferring to fail conservatively : revert to ‘safe’ (even not optimal) methods Inventing rather than researching : not to do research on the best available options but reinvent […]

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Agile KS 2 – Self-assessment & Tabaka Model – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 2 – Self-assessment – PMI-ACP Exam Self assessment is the continuous improvement process on the people (individual and team). Through self assessment, rooms for improvement are identified and action plans are created to implement them for high-performing team: Self-organization Empowered to make decision Belief in vision and success Committed team Trust each other […]

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Agile KS 2 – Continuous Improvement Process for Agile Projects – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 2 – Continuous Improvement Process for Agile Projects – PMI-ACP Exam Processes are evaluated (with feedback from process/team) and improved for performance / value gains (to reduce wastes). An ongoing approach to enhance project output / approach Continuous process improvement – plan, develop, evaluate, learn Continuous product improvement – review and improve the […]

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Agile KS 2 – Building high performance teams – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 2 – Building high performance teams – PMI-ACP Exam Establish the team – vision, mission, values, goals, ground rules     Nếu có bất cứ chia sẻ về luyện thi PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-ACP hay góp ý bạn vui lòng chia sẻ ở dưới phần bình luận. Tôi rất vui lòng về điều đó. […]

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