Another proof that Agile PM can run under PMI ' s PMBOK Guidelines
For fellows who still think that APM can not run under PMI's PMBOK guidelines, here is another proof.
Recently, PMI conducted a course about Agile Project Management, summary is below.
PMI.org > Career Development
Agile Project Management- NEW
Category: Tools and Techniques
Instructor: Griffiths, Mike
Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Seminar Length: 2-Day Seminar
PMI Member Early Rate: $1,180 (US)
PMI Member Regular Rate: $1,299 (US)
Non-Member Rate: $1,525 (US)
04/24/2008 - 04/25/2008
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Hilton Scottsdale Resort and Villas
6333 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
For course details you may check
For me, questions now became:
1) What is APM? and How to best practice it?
2) For what type, or size, of projects will APM be useful? and in what projects should we avoid APM?
3) Finally, What is the difference among Agile Methods, Agile PM and Agile Software Development? I didn't get this yet.