Sure can be difficult to justify your project when you don’t define and agree upon the business reasons why that project is being done in the first place. The PRINCE2 Business Case allows you to do just that by documenting and tracking the business justification for your project. Experienced project managers use the PRINCE2 Business Case as a checkpoint to keep their projects on track and viable across the project life cycle – from controlled start through controlled middle and on to a successful and controlled project end.
If you are curious about how to apply the PRINCE2 methodology and the Business Case to your projects or want to get more familiar with how a Business Case might be used to keep your project focused on adding business value, you may want to consider tuning in to an APMG-sponsored webinar this coming Wednesday to learn more. The PRINCE2 guidance and qualification scheme are designed to address managing successful projects, providing generally applicable guidance encompassing project management principles, practices and techniques.
The webinar, titled “Sticking to Business – The Purpose of the PRINCE2 Business Case” is scheduled later this week on Wednesday, 13 October 2013 at 1100 Eastern time. It should last anywhere from 45 to 60 minutes and will be presented in English.
During the webinar, Susan Weese (that’s me!) – recognized expert in the project management and requirements development fields – describes how the PRINCE2 Business Case can help keep your project on track. To register for this webinar, check out the APMG website for details and a link for signing up to attend.
See you there!