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Dear Agilists,

What is your take on the various agile methods practiced and taught by the various certification organizations. How do they differ...I have been a participant of some of their training camps and whilst the practices were very similar, the methods claim uniqueness...How are they different?

Gojko, Does SBE follow any of the methods of these practices or is it a different approach altogether?
 
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Raja Pal wrote:Dear Agilists,
Gojko, Does SBE follow any of the methods of these practices or is it a different approach altogether?



I don't really know anything about those certification programmes.
 
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Hi

PMI Agile Chapter does not provide Certification based on Training Course.

It also has a "recertification" parts where you need to continue to earn "points" to keep your certificate.

It is a Test you have to take and pass before you are given a certificate.

I am a scrum Alliance certified scrum master which means I have undertaken a 3 day Scrum Alliance based Training [ 3 years back ].

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