Agile KS 3 – Innovation Games – PMI-ACP Exam

Agile KS 3 – Innovation Games – PMI-ACP Exam Includes collaborative and innovation games, examples: Remember the future : imagine it is the future after a successful release, what would have been completed to bring the success (to solicit requirements) Prune the product tree : create a tree (trunk and branches) image, ask team to fill up the trunk and […]

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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 – 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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Tìm hiểu Minimally Marketable Features (MMF) trong Agile là gì? Luyện thi PMI-ACP

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Tìm hiểu Minimally Marketable Features (MMF) trong Agile là gì? Luyện thi PMI-ACP The minimal functionality set (a group of user stories or a package of features) that can deliver values (e.g. useful) to the customers / end-users A distinct and deliverable feature of the system Provide significant values to the customer (can be sold / used […]

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Tìm hiểu Customer-Valued Prioritization trong Agile? Luyện thi PMI-ACP

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Tìm hiểu Customer-Valued Prioritization trong Agile? Luyện thi PMI-ACP Deliver the highest value to the customers as early as possible. The backlog should be customer-valued prioritized while taking into accounts technical feasibilities, risks, dependencies, etc. Can win customer support Value prioritization schemes Simple schemes – rank from high to low (priority 1, 2, 3, …) MoSCoW prioritization scheme – Must have, Should have, Could have, Would like to […]

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