I’m excited to announce that I’m writing a book to help agile practitioners earn the new PMI-ACP agile certification. 4 years ago, I started by helping PMI launch the Agile Community of Practice. Then 2 years ago, I worked with some great experts on building the certification program. Now, this book is the next step in my journey to encourage project leaders to grow in their understanding of Agile project management.
Also, this book will benefit from a lot of talent. I’m writing the book with my good friend Hiren Doshi. We’ve engaged visual communication experts Take-Action.com to illustrate the book, and have brought on some good editors.
Our target is to complete the book by the start of 2012, but anyone who’s written a book knows there are challenges to that. For example, people are beginning to post their initial feedback on the exam, which may cause a lot of last minute changes to what information is most helpful.
Also, You can go to the official website and download a free sample chapter to see what we’re trying to achieve.
So here is my question: What would you like to see in a PMI-ACP exam book?