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PRINCE2:2009 Manual, Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 - 2009 Edition

PRINCE2 2009 Manual, Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 - 2009 Edition

SKU: 2455
Authors: OGC
Publishers: TSO
Format: Adobe eBook
ISBN13: 9780113312023
ISBN10: 0113312024
Published: 15 Jun 2009
Availability: Download
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9780113310593
Pages: 342
Published: 08 Jun 2009
Availability: In Stock
The latest project management guidance on the PRINCE2® Method from the Cabinet Office.
Price: $116.00


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The PRINCE2 2009 Manual: Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2, 2009 Edition provides a universally applicable project management method, comprising the principles, processes and techniques that enable individuals and organisations to deliver their projects successfully, and within time, cost and quality constraints.

It explains how to tailor PRINCE2® to an organisation's project environment, demonstrating how the methodology can be applied to any project, regardless of project scale, type, organisation, geography or culture.

Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 is a companion to Directing Successful Projects with PRINCE2. It has been designed to be a role specific handbook for Project Managers, Team Managers and Project Support, and examines the wider role of the Project Manager, including soft skills, leading and managing, stakeholder engagement, communication planning and organisational change movement.

The book also includes real-life examples to illustrate how the PRINCE2 method principles and processes have been applied in actual situations.

Widely considered to be the leading method in project management, PRINCE2 is used in more than 120 countries worldwide. Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 is an invaluable resource for practitioners responsible for delivering projects because it provides clear, step-by-step guidance on implementing PRINCE2 to ensure effective project management and measurable benefits for organisations.

What's new in PRINCE2:2009?

PRINCE2 has been updated to reflect the latest changes in project management. The core content of the manual has been updated to take more the form of guidance rather than the previous style of instruction.

The new manual is also easier to read and use than the previous edition. Particular attention has been made in ensuring that a plain-English style has been followed throughout the text.

The linkages between other frameworks and PRINCE2 have been made clearer, as well as the linkages with the other OGC methodologies. PRINCE2 now also uses a common language as used in the other OGC frameworks.

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1. Introduction
1.1 The purpose of this manual
1.2 The importance of projects
1.3 What makes projects different?
1.4 Why have a project management method?
1.5 Introducing PRINCE2
1.6 Related OGC guidance
1.7 Benefits of PRINCE2
2. Principles
2.1 Continued business justification
2.2 Learn from experience
2.3 Defined roles and responsibilities
2.4 Manage by stages
2.5 Manage by expectation
2.6 Focus on products
2.7 Tailor to suit the project environment
3. Introduction to PRINCE2 Themes
3.1 What are the themes?
3.2 Applying the themes
3.3 Format of the themes
4. Business Case
4.1 Purpose
4.2 Business Case defined
4.3 The PRINCE2 approach to the business case
4.4 Responsibilities
5. Organization
5.1 Purpose
5.2 Organization defined
5.3 The PRINCE2 approach to organization
5.4 Responsibilities
6. Quality
6.1 Purpose
6.2 Quality defined
6.3 The PRINCE2 approach to quality
6.4 Responsibilities
7. Plans
7.1 Purpose
7.2 Plans defined
7.3 The PRINCE2 approach to plans
7.4 Responsibilities
8. Risk
8.1 Purpose
8.2 Risk defined
8.3 The PRINCE2 approach to risk
8.4 Responsibilities
9. Change
9.1 Purpose
9.2 Change defined
9.3 The PRINCE2 approach to change
9.4 Responsibilities
10. Progress
10.1 Purpose
10.2 Progress defined
10.3 The PRINCE2 approach to progress
10.4 Responsibilities
11. Introduction to processes
11.1 The PRINCE2 processes
11.2 The PRINCE2 journey
11.3 The PRINCE2 process model
11.4 Structure of the process chapters
12. Starting up a Project
12.1 Purpose
12.2 Objective
12.3 Context
12.4 Activities
13. Directing a Project
13.1 Purpose
13.2 Objective
13.3 Context
13.4 Activities
14. Initiating a Project
14.1 Purpose
14.2 Objective
14.3 Context
14.4 Activities
15. Controlling a Stage
15.1 Purpose
15.2 Objective
15.3 Context
15.4 Activities
16. Managing Product Delivery
16.1 Purpose
16.2 Objective
16.3 Context
16.4 Activities
17. Managing a Stage Boundary
17.1 Purpose
17.2 Objective
17.3 Context
17.4 Activities
18. Closing a Project
18.1 Purpose
18.2 Objective
18.3 Context
18.4 Activities
19. Tailoring PRINCE2 to the project environment
19.1 What is tailoring?
19.2 General approach to tailoring
19.3 Examples of tailoring PRINCE2
19.4 Projects in a programme environment
19.5 Project scale
19.6 Commercial customer/supplier environment
19.7 Multi-organization projects
19.8 Project type
19.9 Sector differences
19.10 Project management Bodies of Knowledge
Appendix A: Product Description Outlines
A.1 Benefits Review Plan
A.2 Business Case
A.3 Checkpoint Report
A.4 Communication Management Strategy
A.5 Configuration Item Record
A.6 Configuration Management Strategy
A.7 Daily Log
A.8 End Project Report
A.9 End Stage Report
A.10 Exception Report
A.11 Highlight Report
A.12 Issue Register
A.13 Issue Report
A.14 Lessons Log
A.15 Lessons Report
A.16 Plan
A.17 Product Description
A.18 Product Status Account
A.19 Project Brief
A.20 Project Initiation Documentation
A.21 Project Product Description
A.22 Quality Management Strategy
A.23 Quality Register
A.24 Risk Management Strategy
A.25 Risk Register
A.26 Work Package
Appendix B: Governance
Appendix C: Roles and responsibilities
C.1 Project Board
C.2 Executive
C.3 Senior User
C.4 Senior Supplier
C.5 Project Manager
C.6 Team Manager
C.7 Project Assurance
C.8 Change Authority
C.9 Project Support
Appendix D: Product-based planning example
D.1 Scenario
D.2 Example of a Project Product Description
D.3 Examples of a product breakdown structure
D.4 Example of a Product Description
D.5 Product flow diagram
Appendix E: Health check
E.1 Starting up a Project
E.2 Directing a Project
E.3 Initiating a Project
E.4 Controlling a Stage
E.5 Managing Product Delivery
E.6 Managing a Stage Boundary
E.7 Closing a Project
Further information

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