From a PMI perspective, we take great pride in the exam development process that we do have in place and employ." Kleine tells me that PMI prides themselves on the process behind developing the PMP exam because it involves certified PMPs working across industries.
According to Kleine, "The exam itself, while it's designed by PMI, we use some other resources to pull it all together.
We’ll discuss project communications, body language, conflict management, and we’ll look at what the has to say about project communications.
Hi, I’m Craig Smith, I’m an Agile editor at Info Q and we’re here at Agile 2012 in Dallas in Texas, it’s my great pleasure to be here with Mike Griffiths. So, DSDM the Agile method, was a consortium based method and I was working there as a developer at the time and later as a team lead, and so I was just in the right place at the right time and got involved in the creation of DSDM, I enjoyed the process and stayed with that method as I worked for IBM and we enjoyed using Agile approaches towards solving problems."One of the things about the PMP exam and the credential in general is that it is a dynamic credential, so it stays relevant.There is not only an exam, but professional development as well." Kleine offers, "Regardless of when the credential is bestowed, it's us making sure through either the professional development in the current and the newest credential holders that they are up to speed and their skills and experience speak to the global marketplace of project management.You mentioned DSDM, probably a lot of people who will be watching this, even people at this conference wouldn’t be aware that a lot of the original Agile methods were invented in the 90s, and DSDM was a pretty big part of that.What’s different between DSDM as it was and where the Agile community is now? Well, the big difference was that in the early days DSDM was like a paid membership model, and I think that really hurt the methodology a lot, so as Scrum and other methods were being popularized and made freely available, you had to pay and become a member of this consortium to get access to the methods and I think the big learning message from the whole thing is to make it available and try and gain market share and that’s the way to grow and be successful, not to have a closed model that you have to pay to get access to.Why Facebook Creating a Business Page Anatomy of a Page Administrating Your Page pt.