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Agile for Project Managers

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 06/2022
Edizione: 1° edizione

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Agile project management is a proven approach for designing and delivering software with improved value to customers. Agility is all about self-directed teams, feedback, light documentation, and working software with shorter development cycles.The role of the project manager with agile differs significantly from traditional project management in that there is minimal up-front planning. Agile for Project Managers will help project managers from any industry transition to agile project management.The book examines the project management component of agility, concentrating on industry standards, certifications, and being agile. It also compares agile methods to traditional project management methods throughout to provide readers with a clear understanding of the differences between the two. The book’s focus is in alignment with the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP®) credential—making it an ideal resource for anyone preparing for the PMI-ACP® exam. Coverage includes:Agile as a project management methodologyAgile teamsAgile tools and techniquesFlavors of agileAgile principlesAgile certificationsThe book provides readers with the understanding required to decide which projects will benefit from agile. It also includes information that can help readers to assess their organizations’ readiness for agile methods. Complete with a list of agile training providers, the book will help certified project managers make a smooth transition to agile project management and will provide newcomers with the basic knowledge needed to pass the PMI-ACP® exam, the first time around.


What Exactly Is Agile?Agile Is FasterAgile Changes Are InherentAgile Is Value-FocusedAgile Is Risk-FocusedAgile Methods Support the Delivery of High-QualityProductsAgile ManifestoTraditional Project ManagementMoving to AgileChapter SummaryAgile ConceptsAgile ValuesRecapAgile Guiding PrinciplesDeclaration of InterdependenceChapter SummaryThe Most Popular Agile MethodsScrum OverviewScrum TransparencyAdaptationInspectionIterative and Incremental DevelopmentTime-BoxingCollaborationSelf-OrganizationScrum Management and Leadership StylesScrum Roles and ResponsibilitiesProduct OwnerScrumMasterScrum TeamScrum PlanningSprintsCore Values of ScrumSprint Artifacts (Deliverables)Product VisionPrioritized Product BacklogSprint GoalSprint BacklogBlocks ListSprint (Product) IncrementSprint Burndown ChartScrum BoardRecap of ScrumExtreme Programming (XP) OverviewXP Core ValuesXP Roles and ResponsibilitiesCustomerDeveloperTrackerCoachXP Core PracticesRecap of XPChapter SummaryAgile ToolsAgile Project Management ToolsTools Review and Analysis ProcessAgile Automated ToolsBuild Automation ToolsCamerasCollaboration ToolsTask BoardsChapter SummaryAgile Stakeholder EngagementTraditional Stakeholder ManagementAgile Stakeholder Management ConceptsThe Right PeopleStakeholder ManagementVendor ManagementEnsuring Stakeholder EngagementStakeholder Tools and TechniquesAgile ModelingPersonasWebsite WireframeUser StoriesStakeholder Communications ManagementInformation DisplaysChapter SummaryAgile Documentation?Agile Documentation Best PracticesSelecting What to DocumentStable InformationSimple DocumentationMinimal Document OverlapProper Place for DocumentsPublicly Displayed InformationCreate Documentation with a PurposeFocus on Customer NeedsLet the Customer Determine Document ValueIterative DocumentationBetter Ways to CommunicateCurrent DocumentsWhen to Update DocumentsDocumentation RequirementsRequire Justification for DocumentationRequired DocumentationWriting Experience RequiredChapter SummaryAgile Tracking and ReportingEarned Value on Agile ProjectsCumulative Flow DiagramsWork in Progress (WIP)Chapter SummaryAgile Project Management ProcessAgile Project ManagementProject FeasibilityCreate Business CaseProject VisionAgile Project InitiationCreate Agile CharterAssign Project StaffDevelop Project BacklogCreate EstimatesAffinity EstimationCost EstimationDevelop Road Map with Story MappingPlan ReleaseBreakdown EpicsEstimate Stories with Poker PlanningCreate Release PlanIteration 0Architectural SpikesPrepare for Iteration 1 during Iteration 0Iteration Planning 1–N (Where N Is the Total Number of Iterations in a Release)Iteration RCodingExecute Acceptance TestsCreate Test CasesExecute Automated TestingDefinition of "Done"Answer Client’s Questions for Sign-OffPrepare Stories for Next IterationDaily Standup MeetingUpdate Burndown/Burnup ChartsIteration RetrospectiveClose-Out ActionsChapter SummaryAgile ValueCalculating ValuePlan ValueAdaptability and ValueAdaptive PlanningAgile versus Traditional ChangesMinimally Marketable FeaturesTailoring and ValueDeliver ValueUsing Software or Task Boards to Deliver ValueAnalyzing and Determining ValueValue PrioritizationConfirm ValueTrack and Report ValueChapter SummaryAgile Risk ManagementMitigating Risks with Agile MethodsRisk Management for Agile versus Traditional Project ManagementChapter SummaryAgile People SkillsListeningNegotiatingAddressing and Resolving ConflictUtilizing Emotional IntelligenceConducting Effective MeetingsEmbracing DiversityLeading and Managing EffectivelyAdaptive LeadershipServant LeadershipEmbodying the PMI Code of EthicsChapter SummaryAgile TeamsAgile Team CharacteristicsAgile Team MagicCollaborationCollaborative Agile GamesCommunicationCommitmentAgile Team SizeMotivating the Agile TeamAligning the Agile TeamCoaching the Agile TeamProblem ResolutionProblem DetectionCycle TimeQualityV & VContinuous IntegrationProblem SolvingChapter SummaryAgile CertificationsProject Management Institute Agile CertifiedPractitioner (PMI-ACP)Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster (CSM)Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Coach (CSC)Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Developer (CSD)Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional (CSP)Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Trainer (CST)SCRUMstudy Scrum Developer Certified (SDC)SCRUMstudy ScrumMaster Certified (SMC)SCRUMstudy Agile Expert Certified (AEC)SCRUMstudy Scrum Product Owner Certified (SPOC)SCRUMstudy Expert ScrumMaster (ESM)


Denise Canty is a Project Management Professional (PMP), a PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP), a Certified Software Quality Engineer (CSQE), and a Certified Scrum Master (CSM). She holds three degrees from the University of Maryland University College (UMUC):Master of Business Administration (MBA), 2013Master of Science in IT Project Management (MS), 2012Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BS), 1998Canty has over 20 years of experience in information technology. She has resided in the Washington, DC metropolitan area since 1986.

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Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.25 in Ø 0.89 lb
Formato: Brossura
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Pagine Arabe: 240

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