Agile PM Processes Grid–The Initiating Process Group and the Adaptive Planning Knowledge Area


In the book “PMI-ACP Exam Prep PLUS Desk Reference”, John Stenbeck created an Agile PM Processes Grid, which has 87 Agile PM Processes divided up between the 5 process groups and 7 knowledge areas.

I just got done summarizing the first blocsk of processes, those in the first process group (the Initiate process group) and the first two knowledge areas (External Stakeholders Engagement and Value-Driven Delivery).

Now, I am embarking on a description of the third block of processes, those in the first process group (the Initiate process group) and the third knowledge area (Adaptive Planning). Adaptive Planning might be better termed “Juggling the Constraints”.

In any case, these four processes are as follows:

Process 3.1 Team Acquisition

Process 3.2 Project Kickoff Meeting

Process 3.3 Incremental Delivery

Process 3.4 Timeboxing

The next post will cover the first of these four processes, Team Acquisition.   No matter whether you’re working in agile or traditional project management, you’ve got to have a team!

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