PAL I exam is a bit expensive, so we have provided a guide for the candidates to prepare, practice and pass it according to our experience.
Scrum.org exams and in this case PAL I exam are challenging and a little bit expensive. So people want to know how they can pass these exams with more confidence. Therefore, we have decided to prepare a series of preparation guides for the Scrum.org exams.
Each guide contains minimum mandatory actions that should be done for passing the exam in a suitable timeframe.
Scrum.org has introduced PAL I (Professional Agile Leadership I) certificate for all people who have a management position. Indeed, it helps people to transform their mindset from the management world to the leadership world. I believe PAL I exam is tough and for passing it, you should be really prepared before the exam.
In this post, we will introduce the PAL I exam (Professional Agile Leadership I) step by step preparation guide as follows:
Books and Articles
- Read “The Scrum Guide” carefully word by word
- Read ” Evidence-Based Management (EBM)”
- “Scrum Insights for Practitioners: The Scrum Guide Companion” book by Hiren Doshi
- “Agile Leadership Toolkit” book by Peter Koning
- ”The Scrum Values” blog post by Gunther Verheyen
- If you can, attend a PAL-E (Professional Agile Leadership – Essentials) course
- Do Agile Leadership open assessment many times
- Do Agile Measurement open assessment many times
- Practice PAL I sample questions of theScrumMaster.co.uk by Simon Kneafsey
- Do all scrum open tests (scrum, product owner, developer, Nexus)
- “The Heart of Leadership” book by Mark Miller
- “Reinventing Organizations” book by
- “Creativity, Inc” book by Ed Catmull
- “Managing for Happiness” book by Jurgen Appelo
- Manage the time carefully and be in your highest energy state when you want to take the exam
Also, there are a lot of complementary resources that you can find in this link for the PAL I exam.