I am proud to share with you another recent accomplishment. I passed my Scaled Professional Scrum (SPS) Certification with a score of 95%.
I would like to share my journey towards achieving the SPS:
1- Read the Nexus & Scrum GuideS and understood everything in details.
2- Read a lot of additional documents and case studies.
3- Completed some simulation exams such as Open Scrum & Open Nexus which are available for free on the scrum.org website.
1- The exam is 1 Hour and consists of 40 Multiple Choice Questions.
2- It tests your experience & knowledge beyond the Scrum Guide & Nexus Guides.
3- Lots of questions were scenario based questions.
4- I found this exam the most difficult out of all the Scrum Certifications that I've completed so far.
I am planning on doing my GPM-b and PMI-RMP Certifications this year if all goes smooth.
On Behalf of all of our Project Management Team at Field & Marten Associates, I would like to wish you all in this community and your loved ones a Blessed Merry Christmas & Prosperous New Year 2018.
Years go by fast so may this year & all the coming years be full of Great Expectations, Good Health & Collaborative Working Relationships.
It was another great year being part of this growing community. It was full of challenges, learning opportunities and contributions. I look forward for another year full of achievements & giving.
Happy Holidays Everyone !
I am proud to be one of the Global 108 Project Management Experts who participated in the recently published book: “Say Yes to Project Success” which is now one of the best sellers on Amazon !
Thank you for this opportunity and for your efforts. A Great Project Management Effort !
We were interviewed for a podcast by M Powered Strategies a while back and now it is online - The main subject was about Teamwork (Below is the link):
I would like to thank the Project Management Institute for this great appreciation certificate.
It feels great to be appreciated and I always am proud to be part of this community and contribute / volunteer as much as I can.
Studies show that a person's greatest emotional need is to feel appreciated and I absolutely believe in this.