PMI- Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP)®

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Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP) is a professional certification from Project Management Institute (PMI). Agile certification enforces change in mindset for managing projects in a dynamic environment. It is different to the classic waterfall  project management methodology where scope, plan and cost is frozen in the beginning and any changes would be extremely difficult in the later stages of the project. Agile embraces change and has iteration based delivery model which allows users to have quicker outputs to align expectations. PMOBytes along with 360PMO (PMI REP) offers the below Virtual training course for professionals pursuing towards being Agile:

Course Module


PMI-ACP Overview

PMI-ACP Certification overview

PMI-ACP Eligibility Requirements

Certification Process

Content Outline -Domain & Tasks, Exam Information

Reference Material

What is Agile?

 What is Agile?

Agile history

Agile Manifesto

Agile Values

Agile Principles

Being Agile vs. Doing Agile

Why Agile?

Agile, an Umbrella term

Prescriptive vs. Adaptive methods

Agile and Traditional Project Management

Traditional project management phases

Agile incremental delivery

Evolution to an Agile Triangle

Differences between Traditional waterfall and Agile

Agile Teams

Agile Teams

Generalize specialist / T shaped persons

Agile team spaces

Osmotic communication

Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Agility and stages of learning: Shu, Ha, Ri

Tuckman's Stages of Group Development

The Dreyfus Model of Skill Acquisition

Brainstorming Techniques

Five Levels of Conflict and Resolution

Agile Planning & Estimation

Agile planning and estimation

Multiple levels of planning

Planning onion

Product Vision

Sample product vision statements

Product roadmap

Release planning

Iteration planning

Key Agile planning lessons

Agile estimation

Why do we estimate?

What, who and how do we estimate?

The cone of uncertainty

Planning Poker

Planning poker steps

Affinity estimating


Scrum roles, ceremonies and artifacts

Scrum pillars

Scrum cycle summary

Scrum roles

Product Owner

Scrum Master and

Development Team

Scrum ceremonies

Sprint planning

Daily stand-up



Scrum artifacts

Product Backlog

Sprint Backlog

Sprint Increment

Extreme Programming (XP)

Extreme Programming

XP values (courage, feedback simplicity, respect, and communication)

Principles (diversity, humanity, improvement, failure, reflection, flow…)

Integration practices (continuous integration, ten minutes build)

Team practices (Energized work, information workspace, whole team, sit together)

Planning (stories, weekly cycle, quarterly cycles)

Programming (test first programming, pair programming, incremental design)

Key roles

Key concepts (refactoring, technical debt, time-boxing, last responsible moments, mindfulness, theory of constraint)

Scrum vs. extreme programming


What is Lean

Seven wastes of software Development

Lean Development Principles

Value Stream Mapping

Theory of Constraints



Kanban board with Work in Progress (WIP)

Five core principles of Kanban

Classes of Services (CoS)

Kanban Attributes

Scrum vs. Kanban

Product Backlog

Product Backlog

Product Backlog Grooming

Properties of a good Backlog: DEEP)

User Stories

User Stories
User Story Template
The 3C's of a User Story
Attribute of good user stories (INVEST)
Sample User Stories
Slices vs. Layers
Acceptance Criteria
User roles
User Persona
Why Persona is important
Extreme Characters
Epic, Stories, and Themes
Compound Story
Complex Story

Agile Testing

Agile Testing
Effective Testing in Agile Projects
Test Driven Development (TDD)
Acceptance Test Driven Development)
Stage of ATDD Cycle
Exploratory Testing
Testing approaches: Scripted vs. Exploratory
Agile Testing: Key Learnings

Agile Metrics

Waterfall vs. Agile metrics
Team Velocity
Cycle time
Activity: how to reduce cycle time
Burn-up charts
Burn-down charts
Group activity: draw a burn-up chart
Activity: reading burn-up and burn-down chart
Cumulative flow Diagram (CFD)
Escape defects

Agile Retrospective

What is retrospective
Why Retrospective
Five phases of retrospective


Flash Cards, Practice Exams and supporting resources

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