A PMP® and a Scrum Master® were having lunch together on a park bench debating the relative merits of Agile as opposed to traditional waterfall project management. They were making the arguments one would normally expect. At one point, the traditional PMP felt the need to prove his devotion to his profession by pulling out his wallet to show the Scrum Master his PMI membership card. As luck would have it, a thief was passing by and, seeing his opportunity, snatched the wallet and ran off.
All adopting Aggressive Transparency Agile Alliance agile manifesto Alistair Cockburn Approaches defer commitments Iteration iterative and incremental development Last Responsible Moment (LRM) lean and agile principles lean thinking People and Process phase-gates PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® PMI-ACP® PMI-ACP® Exam Prioritization SCRUM suitability traceability