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Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Training: 5th Edition
Agile boot Camp and PMI Certified Agile Practioner (PMI-ACP)
PMP Orientation, Q&A and Networking Session
Construction Project Management Training Program
Associate Project Manager Prep Class
 
  Advanced Project Management  
 
Add Agile and Scrum to Your Repertoire
Maximize Your Quality-Minimize Software Development and Maintenance Costs
FDA Approval, Regulatory and Compliance Process in Life Sciences for Program and Project Managers
 
  Business Analysis  
 
Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)
 
  Career Management Evening Program  
 
PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)
Career Management
Should you be a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)?
ITIL Foundation V3 Information and Networking
Project Management for Non Project Managers
 
  ITIL V3 Foundation  
 
ITIL Foundation V3 Certificate Prep Class
 
  Buiness Analysis  
 
How to Launch a rewarding career as a Business Analyst and Thrive (In-Class Instructor lead immersion program)
 
     
     
     
 
PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)
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PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)
 
Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP) is PMI's latest and fastest growing credential.  In the first 3 months after its roll out in Jan 2012 more than 750 candidates passed the exam and certified as ACP. 
 
Why an Agile certification?
 

In 2008, before developing the new PMI-ACP certification, PMI conducted a study of 600 organizations representing 900 project management practitioners. It later compared that study to one it conducted in 2011. Of the 2008 respondents, 15% were using Agile methodologies; of the 2011 respondents, 30% were. This growth prompted PMI to look into whether it made sense to create an Agile certification. In turn, it put together a steering committee of Agile thought leaders, many of whom are not PMI members, to look into what the organization might offer for Agile practitioners. The steering committee included a co-author of the Agile Manifesto, people involved with lean and kanban tools, leaders in the Dynamic Systems Development Method, and other Agile experts.

Through 18 months of research and preparation, the steering committee found the industry did indeed need a certification to fill a specific Agile niche -- the codification of what Agile means -- in order to create a common language across Agile organizations. It also was necessary to show that certification holders were not only aware of Agile, but also trained and experienced in actually executing Agile methodologies: No amount of training or examinations can replace good old-fashioned experience.

 
  • 68% of the organizations using Agile techniques would find value in an Agile certification
  • 63% of hiring managers would encourage their project managers to pursue an Agile certification

This is a free information and Q&A program to learn 
 
  • PMI Agile Certification Eligibility Requirements
  • What is the application fee for the PMI Agile Certification?
  • What value does the PMI-ACP SM bring to a practitionerand what is the current deamnd in the market?
  • What are some examples of Agile principles and practices?
  • How are Agile principles and practices different from Waterfall principles and practices?
  • What is the PMI-ACP SM?
     
 
 

 

 
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