In mid-September 2011 the PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practitioner) exam was lunched. Personally, I get the chance to sit for the first time the exam was taken in Latin America some weeks ago.
Being in a pilot phase, the test results will be announced in December this year, but meanwhile, I More >
Update: The article mentioned in this post does not exist any more at the PMI website. Thanks to the agile community within the Project Management Institute and its efforts to promote the essence of agile methodologies, we can say that PMI’s perspective on agility is much more objective.
Here my original post:
In the August edition of “PM Network” a short presentation about what is and More >
By prioritizing the stories in the backlog we’re supposed to do it by business value or ROI (value / cost). I like to also add the risk inherent in the user story and use it as a factor to decide on prioritization.
Said in a different way, the group of More >
From March-16th trough March-26th the workshop named Agile en Acción! took place in Buenos Aires City.
This edition was delivered to 15 participants, who through a serie of workshops based on real requierements created EPICs and User Stories, estimated and prioritized them, created the Product Backlog, defined Velocity, put More >
Excellent experience in the AO Buenos Aires during March 13th. I can say that I’ve met many people and good experiences. Here you go the link to the photos of the event: http://bit.ly/coCnnA