The PMP is kind of the grandfather of project management certifications. It’s a beast of a test and requires memorizing a ton of information. However, it’s rooted primarily in waterfall rather than agile approaches.
Unless you plan to work in a domain where waterfall is dominant, the PMP probably isn’t the best certification option for those getting started in project management, and certainly not for those getting started with scrum.
What does it take to pass the PSM?
The Professional Scrum Master is a great first step to those learning to practice Scrum.
Our affordable self paced course will prepare you to pass the test with confidence.