Posts Tagged ‘ Prince 2 Training ’

Writing an Unbeatable Business Case

March 8, 2009
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Author: projectmanuk A Project Brief describes what needs to be done. The Project Plan explains how you are going to do it. The Business Case gives the reasons why.  In PRINCE2(TM) terminology, the Business Case is the driver of the project. Senior Project Management review the Business Case before authorising the initiation, and each subsequent...

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Passing the Prince2 Practitioner Exam

March 6, 2009
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Author: projectmanuk The PRINCE2 Practitioner Exam tests understanding of the PRINCE2 terminology and principles, as well as the ability to apply, analyse and evaluate the PRINCE2 method within given project situations. It is aimed at those who aspire to, or already have, responsibility for project management. The Exam Structure - 9 topics, each focusing...

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Prince2 Training: Myths & Misconceptions

January 7, 2009
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Steve Twine Myth 1: PRINCE is an acronym for Projects in Non-Commercial EnvironmentsPRINCE2 began life in the public sector and, as a result, many people perceive PRINCE as not being relevant to the private sector; or at best only to organisations providing services.   In fact, PRINCE stands for ‘Projects In Controlled Environments’. Crucially,...

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