PRINCE2 is a process-based approach for project management, providing an easily tailored and scalable method for the management of all types of projects, across industries, both locally and internationally.
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PRINCE2 is a process-based approach for project management, providing an easily tailored and scalable method for the management of all types of projects, across industries, both locally and internationally. The continued international development of PRINCE2 examinations, training and course material is contributing significantly to the recognition of PRINCE2 as a truly relevant and international project management standard.
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The development of PRINCE2 was driven by the end-user feedback from users, project management specialists and a review panel of 150 public and private sector organizations. This has resulted in a generic best practice tool which is flexible enough to be tailored to your organization and used successfully for all types of projects.
Because PRINCE2 provides a greater control of resources and the ability to manage business and project risk more effectively, its appeal extends far beyond project management specialists to directors and executive board members.
PRINCE2 uses stages and tolerances as its major elements of control. Tolerances allow for a management by exception approach, i.e. only involving the project board for making decisions when the project tolerances have been exceeded. Stages are used to keep the management of project appropriately supervised and documented for those directly involved, for example the project board members and the project manager. The essential components of each stage of the project are described from start to finish.
Benefits of PRINCE2
Applicable to all types of projects
Manages the business focus of the project on a continuous basis
Prevents you from reinventing the wheel for project management
Stay ahead of the technology curve
Don’t let your tech outpace the skills of your people