Agile allows teams to deliver projects piece-by-piece and make rapid adjustments as needed. Especially useful in complex projects, agile can result in more customer needs met at less cost.
Just like how agile projects constantly change and evolve, the practice of agile itself is changing and evolving. Use this page to keep up on what’s new in agile.
It’s the only agile certification that requires a combination of training, experience and an exam. It also bridges agile approaches such as SCRUM, XP, LEAN and Kanban.
Apply for the PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certification.
Learn an approach to dealing with a large-project agile structure with the goal of complementing — rather than complicating — existing frameworks.
By Liam Dillon
From securing management buy-in to rolling out agile projects through validation, this paper explains how to incorporate successful agile projects in large corporations.
By Sascha Wyss
How agile techniques, practices and frameworks provide solutions to common project risks.
By Jesse Fewell
This article explores an organization’s transition to Scrum, the challenges it faced, the solutions it discovered and how ultimately how teams were brought together to a common understanding of agile.
By Toby Lang