You are almost there. The light at the end of the tunnel has never been brighter! In this course, PMI-ACP®: Final Preparations for PMI-ACP® Certification, you will learn how to be successful when taking the certification exam. First, you will dive into a review of knowledge areas and the tasks associated with each primary domain. Next, you will explore tools and techniques, as well as skill areas required for PMI-ACP® certification. Finally, you will be given resources and tips for preparing for the exam. When you are finished with this course, you will have the knowledge and skills needed to be prepared for taking the certification exam.
Chuck Cobb is the author of the recent best-selling book, “The Project Manager’s Guide to Mastering Agile" plus four other books and numerous professional articles. He is an expert-level Agile Project Manager with over 20 years of real-world project and program management experience and is passionate about helping project managers understand the convergence of Agile and traditional project management principles and practices.
PMI-ACP® Knowledge and Skill Areas Hi, and welcome to this module in the PMI-ACP learning path. This course is focused on final preparations for PMI-ACP certification, and this module is focused on PMI-ACP Knowledge and Skill Areas. Here's a brief summary of the topics we will talk about in this module. We're going to go over the areas listed on the PMI-ACP exam topics under Knowledge and Skill Areas, which include a total of 33 topics, however, for simplicity, I have grouped these 33 topics into 7 areas, which include Agile Fundamentals, Agile Project Management, Communications and Leadership, Team Building, Agile Requirements and Planning, Agile Metrics and Process Improvement, and finally, Other PMI-ACP Knowledge and Skill Areas. Before we get into this I want to emphasize several points. First, the same format will be used for presenting each topic as the previous section. For each topic we will discuss what is it, what do I need to know, why is it important, and where do I find more information? We will also use the same numbering scheme for course references. Another point I want to make is that there is some duplication and overlap between these knowledge and skill areas and the areas previously discussed under PMI-ACP domains of knowledge and PMI-ACP Tools and Techniques.