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I think questions like this need to be answered with great care. PMBoK is not necessarily incompatible with Scrum but it has to be said that PMBoK started out very much as a predictive planning approach to projects. You could argue that "initiate, plan, control etc." is being applied to each sprint but that was not how PMBoK evolved. The fact that PMI have ...


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Assuming that the Android & iOS deliveries structured as two different teams. Scrum of Scrum has helped our organisation where inter-scrum teams issues need to triaged,coordinated and solved. More here.... http://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/agile/scrum/team/ It doesnt need to be as formal as described above, in my company's case i solved such issues ...


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PMI is fully compatible with Scrum - they even have a PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)® certification - to quote from that page: If you’re experienced using agile approaches, have good collaboration skills, eagerly embrace complexity and thrive on rapid response times, then your talents are in demand. The PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®...


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If you studied this book and are passing the tests with a reasonable score, you will / should pass the CAPM quite easily.


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Though I'm not sure that this question is entirely on topic (the answer can end up being very subjective, and it's not exactly related to the real purpose of Project Management), I will give you my two cents. I would take a good, hard look at the Unity engine. http://unity3d.com/ Unity offers a wide array of options for developing games on Android, iOS, ...


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I believe that you're having multiple problems and trying to solve them at once. It never seems easy to get programmers to leave their egos outside and act as a single "team"/"company" entity while creating code in the name of that entity. The easiest thing you can start with is to put automated checks in for coding standards. There are many tools out there ...


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