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Agile development process emerged as an alternative to traditional plan-driven Waterfall model of project management methodology In the middle of the 1990’s.
Agile Methodology is based on:
Agile is now increasingly embraced as the development process of choice for project managers. Gartner estimates that 80% of all software development projects will utilize Agile methods by the end of 2014.
PMI® is now offering a new Agile certification — the Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP).
Industries are rapidly employing Agile to become more effective. Here are a few reasons why you should opt for this certification:
The PMI-ACP® exam is comprised of 120 multiple-choice questions — 20 of which are pre-test questions that do not affect the score. Exam questions are divided evenly — 50% Agile tools and techniques and 50% knowledge and skills. Agile tools and techniques covered include the following:
Computer-based testing is the standard method for PMI® certification exams, although paper-based testing is available in certain situations.
Time allotted for the exam: Three hours.
As you can see PMI-ACP® is the next step for project managers in the evolving field of project management. Stay tuned for the upcoming post on the importance of PMI-ACP® Certification in the industry.
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