Course to prepare PAL I (unofficial). Exam 136 questions
Course to prepare PAL I (unofficial). Exam 236 questions
Course to prepare PAL I (unofficial). Exam 336 questions
Course to prepare PAL I (unofficial). Exam 436 questions
Course to prepare PAL I (unofficial). Exam 536 questions
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When you are faced with certificates like this, you may have read a lot of information, a lot of books, but you don't really know if what you have read is going to help you to pass the certification exam.
I have designed this course on my own experience, and collecting exams I have taken. I have more than 20 certifications in agility, and specifically 10 in Scrum_org.
By taking course exams, you can validate if you are really prepared to present yourself, and validate on the wrong questions, where your area of improvement would be.
To prepare, I recommend you read the following books:
Evidence Management Guide
Lean UX (Jeff Gothelf)
Suggested Resources for Professional Agile Leadership I
The Agile Leadership assessment includes questions from the following Focus Areas as defined in the Scrum Competencies as well as several additional topics (listed below) which are not specifically named in the Scrum Competency Model. The resources listed on this page will help you prepare.
Understanding and Applying the Scrum Framework:
Empiricism - why and when empiricism is needed.
Managing Products with Agility:
Product Value - ways to evaluate the value that a product delivers.
Business Strategy - applying the concept of Unrealized Value to pursuing potential opportunities.
Stakeholders & Customers - applying the concepts of Current Value, Unrealized Value to stakeholder and customer management.
Evolving the Agile Organization:
Portfolio Planning - understanding the concept of applying lean and agile principles for investing in pursuit of greatest business benefit.
Evidence Management- understanding the concepts of the EBMM framework.
Forming & Evaluating Hypotheses - running short, focused experiments to make progress toward desired outcomes.
Setting, Inspecting & Adapting Goals - how organizations seek and progress toward their goals in a complex world using empiricism.