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1. What are the differences between Agile tools and traditional project management tools?
Agile tools are all computer-based whereas traditional tools typically are not.
Agile projects use the same tools that traditional projects use. There are no differences
Agile tools are typically a variant of a traditional project management tool.
2. The PMI-ACP® Exam Content Outline organizes the Agile tools into 10 toolkits. Which list represents four of those toolkits?
Plan, Do, Check, and Act.
Interpersonal skills, Agile Estimating, Metrics, and Process Improvement.
Agile Customers, Agile Planning, Agile Estimating, and Agile Execution.
3. The PMI-ACP Exam Content Outline lists Agile Knowledge and Skills in which an Agile practitioner should be conversant. How are these related to traditional project management knowledge and skills?
The Agile knowledge and skills are unique to Agile project management and are not related to traditional project management knowledge and skills.
Agile project management is a rejection of traditional project management. Therefore the Agile knowledge and skills are generally the exact opposite of traditional knowledge and skills.
Many are the same; those that are different refer to Agile tools.
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