p2a; Passing the Prince2agile® Practitioner Exam at Your First Attempt
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Completed on 2016-08-14

About the Book

This isn't a book (well it is, so not just a book then). It is a component of a full certification preperation training course (details in the book and the sample book). The components are:-

  • Includes Over 200 'Bite-sized' Lessons. Each individually small and quick to cover, all in aggregate comprehensive.
  • Full instructor support from an AXELOS/ PEOPLECert accredited instructor (with 30+ years real experience) - Included with exam booking
  • Analysis of 21 official practice questions subject to ex-PRINCE2 examiner's explaination of how to decode questions - Included see p2a EqA
  • Full suite of 100 official mock exam questions (the 21 above plus 79 more) - Package_Extra
  • Access to copious revision aids - xx Included, More available as Package_Extra
  • Back@WorkSkill-Builder™ Exercise and Case-study Work-book - xx included yy more available as Package_Extra
  • Ex-examiners analysis of additional exam question - Package_Extra
  • Offical p2a manual available at a discount to gbp69 + pnp (from official list price of gbp99+pnp) - see our website
  • Community via disqus forum etc - Included.
  • ATO status to book the globally recognised AnyTimeAnyWhere 24x7x365 webProctored AXELOS certification exam - at lowest rates - Included - see our website
  • Full course or package bundle price usable as discount against our online version of the Courseware (Includes all materials as .mp4 and .mp3 to add to you epub/mobi/pdf format).

The course's primary audience is prince2 practitioners seeking to integrate agile mindsets, behaviours, techniques and frameworks into their current working practices.

[ This course has been specifically created to include addressing the needs of those who are agile practitioners and wish to understand how adding p2 will enhance their organisation's abilities and their careers too.

Note to sit axelos' exam you need to hold P2 Practitioner certification. See our coming soon prince2 eLearning  & leanpub resources or our existing instructor led PRINCE2 foundation and practitioner exam course.]

~~

PRINCE2® is a registered trademark of AXELOS Ltd, PRINCE2 Agile™ is a trade mark of AXELOS Ltd

About the Author

Simon Harris, pmp, p2, p2a, cgeit
Simon Harris, pmp, p2, p2a, cgeit

Hi,

For over 30+ years I've gained experience in projects. The last 20 as a consultant to many organisations all of which have given me different perspectives to share.

Table of Contents

  • §0 s1 = Presenter: Simon Harris PRINCE2 P2A CGEIT PMP IPMA-D
    • §0 s2 = PRINCE2 Agile® Overview §1- §6
    • §0 s3 = Navigation & SubSections
  • Section:1 s4 - §1 Introduction & Context – in 5 slides
    • §1 s5 = Course Objectives – 1/5
    • §1 s6 = About yourself – 2/5
    • §1 s7 = About the manual – 3/5
    • §1 s8 = About the exam – 4/5
    • §1 s9 = Exam structure – 5/5
    • §1 s10 = Revision Aid: Our 1st Quiz
  • Section:2 s11 - §2 Overview the basics – in 10 slides
    • §2 s12 = Project or BAU – 1/10
    • §2 s13 = The difference between project work and BAU work – 2/10
    • §2 s14 = Baseline Exercise-0: What is Agile, PRINCE2 and Project Management?
    • §2 s15 = An overview of agile – 3/10
    • §2 s16 = The Agile Manifesto – 4/10
    • §2 s17 = Waterfall or Iterative & Incremental – 5/10
    • §2 s18 = Agile basics – 6/10
    • §2 s19 = Beyond a basic view – 7/10
    • §2 s20 = Agile Frameworks – 8/10
    • §2 s21 = Paper_1 Qn_3
    • §2 s22 = Agile behaviours concepts & techniques – 9/10
    • §2 s23 = The PRINCE2 Agile view – 10/10
    • §2 s24 = P2a@LogicalModel.Net
  • Section:3 s25 - §3 Tailoring prince for agile – in 7 slides
    • §3 s26 = PRINCE2 Agile blending PRINCE2 & agile together – 1/7
    • §3 s27 = What does PRINCE2 Agile comprise of? – 2/7
    • §3 s28 = 8 Guidance Points – 3/7
    • §3 s29 = Beware of prejudice! – 4/7
    • §3 s30 = The PRINCE2 journey with agile – 5/7
    • §3 s31 = Recap of PRINCE2 – 6/7
    • §3 s32 = The PRINCE2®-Agile® Procedural Flow-Chart – 7/7
    • §3 s33 = Revision Aid: The Lists
  • Section:4 s34 - §4 Fix time & cost to flex scope & quality to achieve the 5 targets – in 8 slides
    • §4 s35 = The Hexagon - 1/8
    • §4 s36 = Format Control:
    • §4 s38 = Paper_2 Qn_8
    • §4 s39 = The 5 targets – 2/8
    • §4 s40 = Be on time and hit deadlines – 3/8
    • §4 s41 = Protect the level of Quality – 4/8
    • §4 s42 = Embrace change – 5/8
    • §4 s43 = Keep teams stable – 6/8
    • §4 s44 = Accept that the customer doesn’t need everything – 7/8
    • §4 s45 = Paper_2 Qn_25
    • §4 s46 = The appropriate balance – 8/8
    • §4 s47 = Paper_1 Qn_25
    • §4 s48 = Revision Aid: What We’ve Covered So Far
    • §4 s49 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-1: What Is Chestertons’ Investment?
  • Section:5 s50 - §5 Where agile plugs into PRINCE2® – in 2 slides
    • §5 s51 = Agile and the PRINCE2 Processes
    • §5 s52 = Relating agile processes to PRINCE2 processes
    • §5 s53 = Relating agile processes to PRINCE2 processes
    • §5 s54 = Relating agile processes to PRINCE2 processes
  • Section:6 s55 - §6 Principles & P2A Behaviours & PRINCE2 Themes – in 4 slides
    • §6 s56 = PRINCE2 Principles – guidance 1/4
    • §6 s57 = Principles and behaviours 2/4
    • §6 s58 = PRINCE2 Agile Behaviours 3/4
    • §6 s59 = Paper_1 Qn_7
    • §6 s60 = Agile and the PRINCE2 Themes 4/4
    • §6 s61 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-6: Rank the 5 behaviours
    • §6 s62 = Revision Aid: Some New & Some Previously Seen Standard Drill - Read, Contextualise, Recall, Repeat
    • §6 s63 = Change of Scale Details §7- §35
  • Section:7 s64 - §7 SU & IP – Getting a project going – in 3 slides
    • §7 s65 = Starting up a Project and Initiating a Project 1/3
    • §7 s66 = Starting up a Project and Initiating a Project 2/3
    • §7 s67 = Starting up a Project and Initiating a Project 3/3
    • §7 s68 = Revision Aid: SU & IP Artefact, Events, Activities & Information Sets
  • Section:8 s69 - §8 Cynefin (Pronounced Kuhnevin) – in 3s
    • §8 s70 = Cynefin 1/3
    • §8 s71 = The Cynefin Framework 2/3
    • §8 s72 = Cynefin 3/3
    • §8 s73 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-2: Classify Chestertons’ Project
  • Section:9 s74 - §9 The Agilometer – 2s
    • §9 s75 = The Agilometer – a focus area 1/2
    • §9 s76 = The Agilometer 2/2
    • §9 s77 = Paper_1 Qn_16
    • §9 s78 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-7: Apply the Agilometer
  • Section:10 s79 - §10 Business case theme – 3s
    • §10 s80 = Defining value 1/3
    • §10 s81 = Business Case – general view of agile 2/3
    • §10 s82 = Business Case – guidance 3/3
    • §10 s83 = Paper_1 Qn_8
    • §10 s84 = Paper_1 Qn_31
  • Section:11 s85 - §11 The risk theme – in just 1 slide
    • §11 s86 = Risk 1/1
    • §11 s87 = Paper_1 Qn_9
  • Section:12 s88 - §12 Feedback & Lean Start-Up – in 3slides
    • §12 s89 = The Feedback Loop 1/3
    • §12 s90 = Lean Start-up 2/3
    • §12 s91 = Lean Start-up 3/3
    • §12 s92 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-16: Identify the MVP
    • §12 s93 = Revision Aid: What are there One or More of in p2a?
  • Section:13 s94 - §13 Requirements (focus area) user stories & prioritisation – 6s
    • §13 s95 = Requirements and User Stories 1/6
    • §13 s96 = User Stories-1 2/6
    • §13 s97 = User Stories-2 3/6
    • §13 s98 = Requirements Prioritisation 4/6
    • §13 s99 = MoSCoW and ordering 5/6
    • §13 s100 = Using prioritisation 6/6
    • §13 s101 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Case Segment Exercise-3: User Stories
    • §13 s102 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Case Segment Exercise-4: MoSCow The Requirements List
    • §13 s103 = Paper_1 Qn_41
  • Section:14 s104 - §14 Change theme – 3s
    • §14 s105 = Change – general view of agile 1/3
    • §14 s106 = Change – guidance 2/3
    • §14 s107 = Change – guidance 3/3
    • §14 s108 = Paper_1 Qn_10
  • Section:15 s109 - §15 Organization theme & Servant leadership – in 9slides
    • §15 s110 = Organisation – general view of agile 1/9
    • §15 s111 = Organisation – guidance 2/9
    • §15 s112 = Organisation – adjustments 3/9
    • §15 s113 = Organisation 4/9
    • §15 s114 = Organisation – the delivery team 5/9
    • §15 s115 = Organisation – project structures 6/9
    • §15 s116 = Servant Leadership 7/9
    • §15 s117 = Incorporating a Wider Customer View 8/9
    • §15 s118 = Working Agreements 9/9
    • §15 s119 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-5: Assign Roles
    • §15 s120 = Paper_1 Qn_29
    • §15 s121 = Revision Aid: Appendix B – Roles
  • Section:16 s122 - §16 {{Managing Product Delivery}} – in 3s
    • §16 s123 = Managing Product Delivery 1/3
    • §16 s124 = Managing Product Delivery 2/3
    • §16 s125 = Managing Product Delivery 3/3
    • §16 s126 = Revision Aid: MP Event/ Activity Artefact/Information sets
    • §16 s127 = Paper_1 Qn_13
    • §16 s128 = Revision Aid: Things there are Two of…
  • Section:17 s129 - §17 Frequent Releases (focus area) – 2s
    • §17 s130 = Frequent Releases – focus area 1/2
    • §17 s131 = Frequent releases 2/2
    • §17 s132 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-12: Release Plan
    • §17 s133 = Paper_1 Qn_44
    • §17 s134 = Revision Aid: 54 things in 3s
  • Section:18 s135 - §18 Scrum theory & practice, Artefacts and events – 6s
    • §18 s136 = Scrum – what is it? 1/6
    • §18 s137 = Scrum theory 2/6
    • §18 s138 = The Scrum team 3/6
    • §18 s139 = Scrum events 4/6
    • §18 s140 = Revision Aid: 60 Things in fours
    • §18 s141 = The 5 Scrum events 5/6
    • §18 s142 = Scrum artifacts 6/6
    • §18 s143 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-8: Critique a Work-Package
    • §18 s144 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-9: Executing Projects in Sprints
  • Section:19 s145 - §19 Kanban Method – 8s
    • §19 s146 = Kanban and the Kanban Method 1/8
    • §19 s147 = The 6 general practices of the Kanban Method 2/8
    • §19 s148 = The 6 general practices of the Kanban Method 3/8
    • §19 s149 = The 6 general practices of the Kanban Method 4/8
    • §19 s150 = The 6 general practices of the Kanban Method 5/8
    • §19 s151 = Kanban – further guidance 6/8
    • §19 s152 = Cumulative Flow Diagrams (CFDs) 7/8
    • §19 s153 = Cumulative Flow Diagrams (CFDs) 7/8
    • §19 s154 = Kanban hints 8/8
    • §19 s155 = Paper_1 Qn_36
    • §19 s156 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-15: Kanban
  • Section:20 s157 - §20 Plans theme & Estimating – 3s
    • §20 s158 = Plans – general view 1/3
    • §20 s159 = Plans – guidance 2/3
    • §20 s160 = Estimation 3/3
    • §20 s161 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-10: Estimating
    • §20 s162 = Paper_1 Qn_30
  • Section:21 s163 - §21 Progress Theme – 4s
    • §21 s164 = Progress – general view 1/4
    • §21 s165 = Progress – guidance 2/4
    • §21 s166 = Burn charts 3/4
    • §21 s167 = Revision Aid: Fives
    • §21 s168 = Information Radiators 4/4
    • §21 s169 = Paper_1 Qn_32
    • §21 s170 = Revision Aid: Sixes
  • Section:22 s171 - §22 Quality theme – 3slides
    • §22 s172 = Quality – general view of agile 1/3
    • §22 s173 = Quality – guidance 2/3
    • §22 s174 = Quality – how to test 3/3
    • §22 s175 = Revision Aid: List of the Quotables
    • §22 s176 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-11: Advert Quality Planning for Quality Criteria
    • §22 s177 = Paper_1 Qn_18
  • Section:23 s178 - §23 {{Controlling a Stage}} – 5slides
    • §23 s179 = Controlling a Stage 1/5
    • §23 s180 = Controlling a Stage 2/5
    • §23 s181 = Retrospectives 3/5
    • §23 s182 = Controlling a Stage 4/5
    • §23 s183 = A26-Work Packages & Interface from PM to Teams
    • §23 s184 = Paper_1 Qn_35
  • Section:24 s185 - §24 {{Managing a Stage Boundary}} – 3slides
    • §24 s186 = Managing a Stage Boundary 1/3
    • §24 s187 = Managing a Stage Boundary 2/3
    • §24 s188 = Managing a Stage Boundary 3/3
    • §24 s189 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-13: Retrospectives
  • Section:25 s190 - §25 {{Closing a Project}} – 3slides
    • §25 s191 = Closing a Project 1/3
    • §25 s192 = Closing a Project 2/3
    • §25 s193 = Closing a Project 3/3
    • §25 s194 = Paper_1 Qn_34
  • Section:26 s195 - §26 {{Directing A Project}} – 3slides
    • §26 s196 = Directing a Project 1/3
    • §26 s197 = Directing a Project 2/3
    • §26 s198 = Directing a Project 3/3
    • §26 s199 = Paper_1 Qn_14
    • §26 s200 = Revision Aid: CS Events, Artefacts, Activity & Information Sets
  • Section:27 s201 - §27 Agile Contracts (focus area) – in just 1slide
    • §27 s202 = Agile contracts 1/1
  • Section:28 s203 - §28 Appendix A and B – 2slides
    • §28 s204 = PRINCE2 Management Products and Roles 1/2
    • §28 s205 = Tailoring of the PRINCE2 Products 2/2
  • Section:29 s206 - §29 Rich Comms – 3slides
    • §29 s207 = Rich communication – focus area 1/3
    • §29 s208 = Rich communication 2/3
    • §29 s209 = Workshops 3/3
    • §29 s210 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-14: Preparing a Workshop
    • §29 s211 = Paper_1 Qn_43
    • §29 s212 = Revision Aid: The Sevens to Nines
  • Section:30 s213 - §30 Apdx C: Health Check – in just 1slide
    • §30 s214 = Health Check (Appendix C) 1/1
  • Section:31 s215 - §31 Apdx F & G: Transition & Project manager guidance – 2slides
    • §31 s216 = Transitioning to Agile 1/2
    • §31 s217 = Advice for a Project Manager using agile 2/2
  • Section:32 s218 - §32 Course Summary – 1slide
    • §32 s219 = In summary
  • Section:33 s220 - §33 Contact Details & Navigational Help
    • §33 s221 = Contact
    • §33 s222 = Who Are Logical Model Ltd (LML)?
    • §33 s223 = Links To Evaluation & Free for Personal Use Course Materials
    • §33 s224 = Help!
    • §33 s225 = Revision Aid: Key Messages
  • Section:34 s226 - §34 The Exam
  • Section:35 s227 - §35 End of slide deck
    • §35 s228 = Who Are Logical Model Ltd (LML)?
  • §36 Case Scenario
    • Project Scenario - Chestertons’ Cheese Golden Clog Project
    • Chestertons’ Golden Clog Project Schedule
    • Rebranding – Additional information for questions 7 to 18
    • Marketing Campaign – Additional information for 19 to 26
    • Website – Additional information for questions 27 to 38
    • Move Premises – Additional information for questions 39 to 50
  • Apdx: LML’s P2a Practitioner Exam Question Analysis
    • §2 s21 = Paper_1 Qn_3
    • §4 s38 = Paper_2 Qn_8
    • §4 s45 = Paper_2 Qn_25
    • §4 s47 = Paper_1 Qn_25
    • §6 s59 = Paper_1 Qn_7
    • §9 s77 = Paper_1 Qn_16
    • §10 s83 = Paper_1 Qn_8
    • §10 s84 = Paper_1 Qn_31
    • §11 s87 = Paper_1 Qn_9
    • §13 s103 = Paper_1 Qn_41
    • §14 s108 = Paper_1 Qn_10
    • §15 s120 = Paper_1 Qn_29
    • §16 s127 = Paper_1 Qn_13
    • §17 s133 = Paper_1 Qn_44
    • §19 s155 = Paper_1 Qn_36
    • §20 s162 = Paper_1 Qn_30
    • §21 s169 = Paper_1 Qn_32
    • §22 s177 = Paper_1 Qn_18
    • §23 s184 = Paper_1 Qn_35
    • §25 s194 = Paper_1 Qn_34
    • §26 s199 = Paper_1 Qn_14
    • §29 s211 = Paper_1 Qn_43
  • Apdx: LML’s P2a Practitioner Back@Work™ SkillBuilder {#ApdxB@W}
    • §2 s14 = Baseline Exercise-0: What is Agile, PRINCE2 and Project Management?
    • §4 s49 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-1: What Is Chestertons’ Investment?
    • §6 s61 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-6: Rank the 5 behaviours
    • §8 s73 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-2: Classify Chestertons’ Project
    • §9 s78 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-7: Apply the Agilometer
    • §12 s92 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-16: Identify the MVP
    • §13 s101 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Case Segment Exercise-3: User Stories
    • §13 s102 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Case Segment Exercise-4: MoSCow The Requirements List
    • §15 s119 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-5: Assign Roles
    • §17 s132 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-12: Release Plan
    • §18 s143 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-8: Critique a Work-Package
    • §18 s144 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-9: Executing Projects in Sprints
    • §19 s156 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-15: Kanban
    • §20 s161 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-10: Estimating
    • §22 s176 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-11: Advert Quality Planning for Quality Criteria
    • §24 s189 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-13: Retrospectives
    • §29 s210 = Back@Work_Skill-Builder™ Exercise-14: Preparing a Workshop
  • Course to Syllabus to Assessment Cross Reference
  • Apdx: LML’s P2a Practitioner Revision Aids
    • §1 s10 = Revision Aid: Our 1st Quiz
    • §3 s33 = Revision Aid: The Lists
    • §4 s48 = Revision Aid: What We’ve Covered So Far
    • §6 s62 = Revision Aid: Some New & Some Previously Seen Standard Drill - Read, Contextualise, Recall, Repeat
    • §7 s68 = Revision Aid: SU & IP Artefact, Events, Activities & Information Sets
    • §12 s93 = Revision Aid: What are there One or More of in p2a?
    • §15 s121 = Revision Aid: Appendix B – Roles
    • §16 s126 = Revision Aid: MP Event/ Activity Artefact/Information sets
    • §16 s128 = Revision Aid: Things there are Two of…
    • §17 s134 = Revision Aid: 54 things in 3s
    • §18 s140 = Revision Aid: 60 Things in fours
    • §21 s167 = Revision Aid: Fives
    • §21 s170 = Revision Aid: Sixes
    • §22 s175 = Revision Aid: List of the Quotables
    • §26 s200 = Revision Aid: CS Events, Artefacts, Activity & Information Sets
    • §29 s212 = Revision Aid: The Sevens to Nines
    • §33 s225 = Revision Aid: Key Messages

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