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You will be able to understand the Agile manifesto, its principles and many facets of Agile project management such as planning, prioritization, estimation, releases, retrospectives, risk management, and continuous improvement. The book covers Agile metrics and means of demonstrating progress. People management aspects such as behavioral traits, servant leadership, negotiation, conflict management, team building, and Agile coaching are explained.
Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, this book also serves as a practical reference for key concepts in Agile and Agile methodologies such as Scrum, XP, Lean, and Kanban.
What you will learn:
-The necessary knowledge of the skills, tools, and techniques that are required for passing the PMI-ACP examination-To understand the scope and objectives of the PMI-ACP exam, and gain confidence by taking practice quizzes provided in each chapter and three full-length mock exams-To gain exposure to Agile methodologies such as Scrum, XP, Lean, and Kanban plus various tools and techniques required to conduct Agile projects-The focus is to "Be Agile", rather than "Do Agile"
Who this book is for:
The audience for this book primarily includes IT professionals who wish to prepare for and pass the Agile Certified Professional (ACP) exam from the Project Management Institute (PMI). The book also is a practical reference book for Agile Practioners.
- Verlag: Springer, Berlin; Apress
- Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-1-4842-2525-7
- 1st ed.
- Erscheinungstermin: 28. Dezember 2016
- Abmessung: 254mm x 178mm x 25mm
- Gewicht: 894g
- ISBN-13: 9781484225257
- ISBN-10: 1484225252
- Artikelnr.: 46433228
Chapter 3: Value-Driven Delivery (30 pages)-Deliver value in increments, frequent review based on stakeholder priorities - ROI, NPV, IRR-Value stream mapping, Cycle time and CFD<-Agile Charter-Minimal Viable product (MVP) and Minimally marketable features (MMF)-Limiting increment size-Prioritization techniques like MOSCOW and Kano-Backlog grooming-Solicit customer and User feedback-Compliance and regulations.Chapter 4: Stakeholder Engagement (20 pages)-Balancing ROI by building trust with stakeholders-Stakeholder management matrix and stakeholder classification-Promote culture of participation and collaboration-Gaining consensus on the acceptance criteria-Information radiatorsChapter 5: Team Performance (30 pages)-Stages of team formation - Bruce Tuckman-Shu Ha Ri-Cross functional & generalizing specialists-Self organizational-Osmotic communication, information radiators-Team space, tacit knowledge, caves and commons. -Co-located vs virtual teams, -Active listening-High performing team with interpersonal and technical skills.-Coaching-Servant leadership style, negotiations, conflict management-Agile PMOChapter 6: Adaptive Planning (40 pages)-PDCA cycle-Planning onion-User stories - characteristics (INVEST) and best practices<-Story maps, wireframes, personas-Definition of done (DoD)-Agile estimation units - t-shirt sizing, ideal days and story points.-Agile estimation techniques like planning poker-Velocity-Release planning-