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  1. PRINCE2: 2009 Project Progress Update

  2. Agenda • Reasons for Change • Differences • Principles • Processes • Key Themes • Management Products • Project Environment • Next Steps

  3. Reasons For Change

  4. Proposed Approach P3O P3M3 Business Benefits ThroughProject & Programme Management Business Benefits ThroughProject & Programme Management PRINCE2& DSDM P2MM / P2MM Guide P2MM / P2MM Guide Think PRINCE2 PRINCE2Method MSP PRINCE2in Practice - Managing - Directing Study Guides M_o_R Pocket Book ITIL Checklists Templates Case Studies Knowledge Centre Note: An individual may only need the method plus one other PRINCE2 in Practice guide. An organisation should have all three.

  5. New PRINCE2

  6. Summary of changes

  7. What are Principles? • Principles are: • Universal • Self Validating • Empowering “A guiding obligation for good practice”

  8. The PRINCE2 Principles

  9. PRINCE2 Processes Processes Activities RecommendedActions “The processes provide the lifecycle basedlist of project management activities”

  10. Process Model

  11. What are Key Themes? • Key Themes are: • An ever-present aspect of project management that need to be continually addressed. They are not one off activities and • An aspect of project management that requires specific treatment for the PRINCE2 processes to be effective “If the processes are considered as the time-based activity list then theKey Themes are the reference manual. If the process requires actionthe Key Theme provides guidance on how it should be done.”

  12. The PRINCE2 Key Themes

  13. Management Products • Scaling philosophy • Designed for typical projects • Can be scaled up • Can be scaled down • Will be supported by a set of templates • with embedded guidance • and quality criteria “PRINCE2 requires information and decisions, not documents and meetings”

  14. The Project Environment • Context based guidance • Projects in a programme / not in a programme • Customer/Supplier commercial relationships • Working with project or programme offices • Using PRINCE2 with specialist methods • Links with OGC Gateway • Procurement • Policy projects • Feasibility projects • R&D projects • Multi-organisation projects • Evolving projects • Compulsory projects • etc

  15. PRINCE2 in Practice Directing a Project Managing a Project Contain Practical guidance Lifecycle based Key Theme based Context based Role based Trouble-shooting Cross references to other Bodies of Knowledge How To…..

  16. Next Steps • First Drafts now completed! • Pilots (March 08 to June 08) • Quality Reviews (first draft, second draft, final draft) • Surveys – to address options and test quality criteria • Proof of Concept (for exam syllabus) • Further consultation (for enhanced exam scheme) • Transition period Q1 2009

  17. Any Questions? www.best-management-practice.com/PRINCE2Register