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PRINCE2 Themes
Business Case, Organization, Quality, Plan, Risks,
Change, Progress
PRINCE2 Processes
Starting up, Directing, Initiating, Controlling a Stage,
Managing Product Delivery,
Managing a Stage Boundary, Closing
A Project is
a temporary organization that is created for the purpose of delivering one or more business products according to an agreed business case.
Project Management Defined
Project Management Defined
is the planning, delegating, monitoring and control of all aspects of the project, and the motivation of those involved, to achieve theproject objectives within the expected performance targets for time, cost, quality, scope, benefits and risks.
what to control
Cost, Timescales, Quality, Scope, Risk, Benefits
PRINCE2 is
an integrated framework of processes and themes that addresses the planning, delegation, monitoring and control of all these six aspects of project performance.
Prince2 does not provide
Specialist aspects, Detailed technique, Leadership capability.
PRINCIPLES (UNIVERSAL, SELF-VALIDATING, EMPOWERING)
CONTINUED BUSINESS JUSTIFICATION, LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE, DEFINED ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES, MANAGE BY STAGES, MANAGE BY EXCEPTION, FOCUS ON PRODUCTS, TAILOR TO SUIT THE PROJECT ENVIRONMENT.
PURPOSE OF TAILORING
- Ensure the project management method relates to the project's environment
-Ensure that project controls are based on the project's scale, complexity, importance, capability and risk.
ISSUES
Unanticipated general problems, requests for change, instances of quality failure.