There are many great resources available to you as you prepare for your test. Learn which may be the most beneficial.
- Preparing for this exam is a little…like those reverse cooking shows.…You know, the ones where the contestants are given a kitchen…stocked with basic and unusual ingredients,…then they're given a set amount of time to create…the perfect meal from what they've been given.…You're in the same situation as you…get ready for the ACP exam.…There are countless resources available to you,…and your job is to create a perfect recipe for you to learn.…There are some broad categories of resources.…
Books, websites, and training courses.…Let's take a look at each in turn.…Starting with books.…Remember that PMI has given us a list…of their recommended reference materials.…You can find that on their website.…A couple of the authors on the list…were writers of the manifesto itself.…The rest are current thought leaders on agile,…agile teams, lean, and kanban.…From a book perspective I've read basically everything…by Mike Cohn and Lyssa Adkins.…
I enjoy their practical,…no nonsense advice and writing style.…I also recommend the book Agile Retrospectives.…
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- Exam overview
- Exam benefits
- Determining eligibility for the exam
- Navigating the application and audit process
- Reviewing core domain areas
- Reviewing the metrics covered on the exam
- How earned value management applies in agile
- What to expect on test day