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Being a Certified Scrum Master, like PMI's PMP, highlight your management and leadership skills.
PMI's PBA or IIBA's CBAP would showcase your analytical skills. These are good to have if you wish to do more general consulting work.
the topic is about ACP ?!?!
That is the title, Markus. George's question asks about PBA.
Forgive me if this is a basic question, but I understand that there are different flavours of Agile certifications: CSM, XP, ACP
Help me understand...
I would suggest, George that you post your new question separately. It will attract Agile-knowledgeable people (e.g. Sergio) that may not come to this post.
Corrected... This is the right post... Typo
I understand that Scrum is the most famous agile methodology. I read that agile gives us flexibility to revisit the requirement based on customer unwanted or additional demand.
I have read also that its methodologies are usually recommended for small projects that require immediate resolution for teams of 2 and with direct user involvement.
But since they are so many flavours one might easily get confused on the advantages and differences of all these providers.
Even though I'm a CSM, I get confused when given a sounding answer about all these differences...
There is a trend in our company and worldwide on agile/scrum initiatives so I want to master the differences so I can answer correctly.
I was a content reviewer on the PMI-ACP certification, when it was being created. Though I was passionate out it at the time, the 3 certifications that are getting people interviews are CSM, PMP, and Certifieed SAFe Practitioner. Though the certifications will help you get to the next interview, your experiences are what will make you marketable.
No needs to be irritated...
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