L'agilité au pays du PMI: la certification ACP animé par Mario Loriedo

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L'agilité au pays du PMI: la certification ACP animé par Mario Loriedo
Session animée durant la soirée du French Scrum User Group le 4 Novembre 2013 chez Google

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  • 1. L'agilité au pays du PMI: la certification ACP Mario Loriedo Soirée du 4 novembre 2013 Chez Google Merci à nos sponsors
  • 2. Je viens en paix ;-) Merci à nos sponsors
  • 3. Who am I ? Merci à nos sponsors
  • 4. PMI-ACP • Connaissances CSM et CSPO ++ • Au-delà de Scrum : Lean, Kanban, XP, Crystal • J’ai des outils en plus : – – – – – – – – Risk burndown graph Niveaux des conflicts et resolutions Techniques pour gérer des équipes à distance Techniques de coaching Quadrant de l’emotional intelligence Adaptive leadership « Measuring-up » Process ananlysys de Alistair Cockburn Merci à nos sponsors
  • 5. ACP – Info • Créé par Alistair Cockburn et d'autres experts • Premières certifications en 2012 • Prérequis : – 1500h (~8 mois) d’éxpérience sur projets agiles – 21h de formation • QCM : 120 questions / 3h • Centres Prometric Merci à nos sponsors
  • 6. ACP - Programme • 6 domaines: – Value Driven Delivery – Stakeholder Engagement – Boosting Team Performance Practices – Adaptive planning – Problem detection and resolution – Continuous improvement Merci à nos sponsors
  • 7. ACP – Ouvrages de référence 11 Livres • • • • • • • • • • • Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great (Derby, Larsen,Schwaber) Agile Software Development: The Cooperative Game (Cockburn) The Software Project Manager’s Bridge to Agility (Sliger,Broderick) Coaching Agile Teams (Adkins) Agile Project Management:Creating Innovative Products – 2nd Edition (Highsmith) Becoming Agile: ...in an imperfect world (Smith, Sidky) Agile Estimating and Planning (Cohn) The Art of Agile Development (Shore) User Stories Applied For Agile Software Development (Cohn) Agile Project Management with Scrum (Schwaber) Lean-Agile Software Development: Achieving Enterprise Agility (Shalloway, Beaver, Trott) … Le PMBOK guide n’apparait pas ;-) Merci à nos sponsors
  • 8. Simulation collective d’une épreuve PMI-ACP * • 5 minutes pour 5 questions • Les 10 premiers qui répondent correctement on un mug Zenika ;-) • Pour ceux qui veulent me rendre leurs test je mettrai les stat (anonymes) sur twitter @mariolet • Besoin de stylo ? * Les questions sont tirées de PMI-ACP Exam Prep de Mike Griffiths Merci à nos sponsors
  • 9. Question 1 5.2. « … » is the agile name given to undocumented information supported through team communications. a. Unwritten knowledge b. Tribal knowledge c. Tacit knowledge d. Common knowledge Merci à nos sponsors
  • 10. Question 1 5.2. « … » is the agile name given to undocumented information supported through team communications. a. Unwritten knowledge b. Tribal knowledge c. Tacit knowledge d. Common knowledge Merci à nos sponsors
  • 11. Question 2 5.13. Another project manager of an agile project in your organization comes to you for advice. She is having trouble getting her team to take ownership of the project and get comfortable selecting the work to be done. She keeps finding herself making and directing their work. What advice can you offer her? a. Play round-robin at stand-up meetings, assigning a different person each day as the decision maker to get them comfortable in the role. b. Implement an incentive plan and officially report any lack of participation to team member’s functional managers. c. Meet them halfway and work with their functional managers to align each team member’s goals with the project goals. d. Explain to them that agile teams self-select their work and tell them to get on with it. Merci à nos sponsors
  • 12. Question 2 5.13. Another project manager of an agile project in your organization comes to you for advice. She is having trouble getting her team to take ownership of the project and get comfortable selecting the work to be done. She keeps finding herself making and directing their work. What advice can you offer her? a. Play round-robin at stand-up meetings, assigning a different person each day as the decision maker to get them comfortable in the role. b. Implement an incentive plan and officially report any lack of participation to team member’s functional managers. c. Meet them halfway and work with their functional managers to align each team member’s goals with the project goals. d. Explain to them that agile teams self-select their work and tell them to get on with it. Merci à nos sponsors
  • 13. Question 3 4.18. Wireframes, personas, and user stories can all play a part in understanding stakeholder objectives. Which of the circumstances outlined below would be a good fit for the use of wireframes ? a. When the conversation is centered on the high-level flow of a process b. When we are trying to better understand stakeholder demographics and general needs c. When we need to capture the high-level objective of a specific requirement d. When we want to communicate what features will be included in the next release Merci à nos sponsors
  • 14. Question 3 4.18. Wireframes, personas, and user stories can all play a part in understanding stakeholder objectives. Which of the circumstances outlined below would be a good fit for the use of wireframes ? a. When the conversation is centered on the high-level flow of a process b. When we are trying to better understand stakeholder demographics and general needs c. When we need to capture the high-level objective of a specific requirement d. When we want to communicate what features will be included in the next release Merci à nos sponsors
  • 15. Question 4 6.5. Which of the following statements correctly describes agile planning ? a. Plan at multiple levels, and have managers create iteration plans. b. Use appropriate estimate ranges, and exclude diversions/outside work. c. Plan at multiple levels, and have team members create iteration plans. d. Use fixed-point estimates, and base projections on completion rates. Merci à nos sponsors
  • 16. Question 4 6.5. Which of the following statements correctly describes agile planning ? a. Plan at multiple levels, and have managers create iteration plans. b. Use appropriate estimate ranges, and exclude diversions/outside work. c. Plan at multiple levels, and have team members create iteration plans. d. Use fixed-point estimates, and base projections on completion rates. Merci à nos sponsors
  • 17. Question 5 6.16. Affinity estimating is the process of : a. Averaging the over- and under-estimations. b. Checking that stories given the same size estimate are of equivalent magnitude. c. Checking that stories in the same functional areas are of equivalent magnitude. d. Estimating your favorite stories first. Merci à nos sponsors
  • 18. Question 5 6.16. Affinity estimating is the process of : a. Averaging the over- and under-estimations. b. Checking that stories given the same size estimate are of equivalent magnitude. c. Checking that stories in the same functional areas are of equivalent magnitude. d. Estimating your favorite stories first. Merci à nos sponsors
  • 19. Question 6 4.11. Wireframes, personas, and user stories can all play part in understanding stakeholder objectives. Which of the circumstances outlined below would be a good fit for the use of user stories ? a. When the conversation is centered on the high-level flow of a process b. When we are trying to better understand stakeholder demographics and general needs c. When we need to capture the high-level objective of a specific requirements d. When we want to communicate what features will be included in the next release Merci à nos sponsors
  • 20. Question 6 4.11. Wireframes, personas, and user stories can all play part in understanding stakeholder objectives. Which of the circumstances outlined below would be a good fit for the use of user stories ? a. When the conversation is centered on the high-level flow of a process b. When we are trying to better understand stakeholder demographics and general needs c. When we need to capture the high-level objective of a specific requirements d. When we want to communicate what features will be included in the next release Merci à nos sponsors
  • 21. Question 7 6.3. When converting size estimates to duration, remember to : a. Ignore distractions and use ideal time b. Divide the timebox capacity by the number of stories c. Factor in distractions and use available time d. Calculate the payback period for the estimated duration Merci à nos sponsors
  • 22. Question 7 6.3. When converting size estimates to duration, remember to : a. Ignore distractions and use ideal time b. Divide the timebox capacity by the number of stories c. Factor in distractions and use available time d. Calculate the payback period for the estimated duration Merci à nos sponsors
  • 23. Question 8 8.6. When considering process tailoring, it is useful to keep in mind that the network of XP practices is : a. Redundant b. Duplicated c. Optional d. Balanced Merci à nos sponsors
  • 24. Question 8 8.6. When considering process tailoring, it is useful to keep in mind that the network of XP practices is : a. Redundant b. Duplicated c. Optional d. Balanced Merci à nos sponsors
  • 25. Question 9 5.4. Which of the following is not a recommendation for one-on-one coaching ? a. Meet them a half-step ahead b. Create positive regard c. Partner with managers d. Let the team resolve conflicts Merci à nos sponsors
  • 26. Question 9 5.4. Which of the following is not a recommendation for one-on-one coaching ? a. Meet them a half-step ahead b. Create positive regard c. Partner with managers d. Let the team resolve conflicts Merci à nos sponsors
  • 27. Question 10 4.14. Your team seems to unproductively debate even trivial decisions. To help them along, you could try a. Fist-of-five voting b. Bare fist fighting c. Wideband Delphi d. Retrospectives Merci à nos sponsors
  • 28. Question 10 4.14. Your team seems to unproductively debate even trivial decisions. To help them along, you could try a. Fist-of-five voting b. Bare fist fighting c. Wideband Delphi d. Retrospectives Merci à nos sponsors
  • 29. Question 11 5.16. Which the following emotional intelligence pairings is an appropriate combination ? a. Self-management deals with influence b. Self-awareness deals with self-control c. Social skills deals with self-confidence d. Social awareness deals with empathy Merci à nos sponsors
  • 30. Question 11 5.16. Which the following emotional intelligence pairings is an appropriate combination ? a. Self-management deals with influence b. Self-awareness deals with self-control c. Social skills deals with self-confidence d. Social awareness deals with empathy Merci à nos sponsors
  • 31. Question 12 5.17. The primary reason constructive disagreement is valued on highperforming agile teams is to : a. Weed out the weak b. Test requirements for robustness c. Generate buy-in for decisions d. Build negotiation skills Merci à nos sponsors
  • 32. Question 12 5.17. The primary reason constructive disagreement is valued on highperforming agile teams is to : a. Weed out the weak b. Test requirements for robustness c. Generate buy-in for decisions d. Build negotiation skills Merci à nos sponsors
  • 33. Question 13 4.4. Your project team has some conflict and, you are trying to diagnose what level of conflict they are at. You notice that statements such as « Team B has no clue again » are becoming commonplace. What level of conflict would you say the team is experiencing ? a. Level 1 b. Level 2 c. Level 3 d. Level 4 Merci à nos sponsors
  • 34. Question 13 4.4. Your project team has some conflict and, you are trying to diagnose what level of conflict they are at. You notice that statements such as « Team B has no clue again » are becoming commonplace. What level of conflict would you say the team is experiencing ? a. Level 1 b. Level 2 c. Level 3 d. Level 4 Merci à nos sponsors
  • 35. Question 14 7.18. You are a team lead helping your team decide what to do about some problems identified in a retrospective. What are some of the techniques you can use ? a. Smart Subjects, Short Goals, Retrospective Planning Game b. Smart Subjects, Retrospective Poker Game, Smart Goals c. Short Subjects, Smart Goals, Retrospective Planning Game d. Retrospective Poker Game, Short Subjects, Circle of Questions Merci à nos sponsors
  • 36. Question 14 7.18. You are a team lead helping your team decide what to do about some problems identified in a retrospective. What are some of the techniques you can use ? a. Smart Subjects, Short Goals, Retrospective Planning Game b. Smart Subjects, Retrospective Poker Game, Smart Goals c. Short Subjects, Smart Goals, Retrospective Planning Game d. Retrospective Poker Game, Short Subjects, Circle of Questions Merci à nos sponsors
  • 37. Question 15 8.8. You are engaging in some process analysis and have been advised to watch out for the standard anti-patterns of poor methodology pratice. The types of things you should be on the lookout for are processes that display signs of being : a. One-of-a-kind, disciplined, heavy, embellished b. One-size-fits-all, disciplined, heavy, embellished c. One-size-fits-all, intolerant, heavy, embellished d. One-of-a-kind, intolerant, embellished Merci à nos sponsors
  • 38. Question 15 8.8. You are engaging in some process analysis and have been advised to watch out for the standard anti-patterns of poor methodology practice. The types of things you should be on the lookout for are processes that display signs of being : a. One-of-a-kind, disciplined, heavy, embellished b. One-size-fits-all, disciplined, heavy, embellished c. One-size-fits-all, intolerant, heavy, embellished d. One-of-a-kind, intolerant, embellished Merci à nos sponsors
  • 39. Question 16 2.15. The five core principles of Kanban development include : a. Minimize the workflow, pull flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboratively b. Visualize the workflow, manage flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboratively c. Minimize the workflow, manage flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboratively d. Visualize the workflow, pull flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboration Merci à nos sponsors
  • 40. Question 16 2.15. The five core principles of Kanban development include : a. Minimize the workflow, pull flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboratively b. Visualize the workflow, manage flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboratively c. Minimize the workflow, manage flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboratively d. Visualize the workflow, pull flow, make process policies explicit, improve collaboration Merci à nos sponsors
  • 41. Question 17 5.7. Which of the following is a valid list of the quadrants of emotional intelligence ? a. Self, Others, Recognize, Optimize b. Self, Others, Regulate, Recognize c. Self, Team, Regulate, Recognize d. Self, Team, Recognize, Optimize Merci à nos sponsors
  • 42. Question 17 5.7. Which of the following is a valid list of the quadrants of emotional intelligence ? a. Self, Others, Recognize, Optimize b. Self, Others, Regulate, Recognize c. Self, Team, Regulate, Recognize d. Self, Team, Recognize, Optimize Merci à nos sponsors
  • 43. Question 18 3.6. We put risks in the backlog to : a. Avoid having to keep separate risk lists b. Keep the team focused on risks c. Ensure that they get worked on in the early iterations d. Prevent teh team from forgetting about the risks Merci à nos sponsors
  • 44. Question 18 3.6. We put risks in the backlog to : a. Avoid having to keep separate risk lists b. Keep the team focused on risks c. Ensure that they get worked on in the early iterations d. Prevent teh team from forgetting about the risks Merci à nos sponsors
  • 45. Question 19 2.1. The Extreme Programming (XP) core values include : a. Solutions, communication, feedback b. Simplicity, control, feedback c. Simplicity, communication, feedback d. Solutions, control, feedback Merci à nos sponsors
  • 46. Question 19 2.1. The Extreme Programming (XP) core values include : a. Solutions, communication, feedback b. Simplicity, control, feedback c. Simplicity, communication, feedback d. Solutions, control, feedback Merci à nos sponsors
  • 47. Question 20 4.2. Wireframes, personas, and user stories can all play a part in understanding strakeholder objectives. Which of the circumstances outlined below would be a good fit for the use of personas ? a. When the conversation is centered on the high-level flow of a process b. When we are trying to better understand stakeholder demographics and general needs c. When we need to capture the high-level objective of a specific requirement d. When we want to communicate what features will be included in the next release Merci à nos sponsors
  • 48. Question 20 4.2. Wireframes, personas, and user stories can all play a part in understanding stakeholder objectives. Which of the circumstances outlined below would be a good fit for the use of personas? a. When the conversation is centered on the high-level flow of a process b. When we are trying to better understand stakeholder demographics and general needs c. When we need to capture the high-level objective of a specific requirement d. When we want to communicate what features will be included in the next release Merci à nos sponsors
  • 49. Conclusions 2 Bonnes raisons pour s’intéresser : • PMI est une entité universellement reconnue pour ses certifications • ACP a été conçu par des experts du secteur Comment se préparer : • Par la pratique • Livres de préparation à l’épreuve (e.g. PMI-ACP Exam Prep) • Formation spécifiques : Zenika ;-) Merci à nos sponsors
  • 50. MERCI Merci à nos sponsors