Managing Project Communication Using PRINCE2® – Part 2 of 3

Consistent and clear communications is the cornerstone to achieving effective project outcomes. It isn’t enough to use PRINCE2 to plan for effective project communication, as we discussed in my previous post.  Successful project managers must know how to implement that plan! Effective project communications requires timely and relevant information distribution, accurate and timely reporting, and […]
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The 7 PRINCE2® Principles: A Closer Look

In my opinion, PRINCE2  (Projects in a Controlled Environments) is the best project management “road map” around for getting a project through a successful and controlled start, middle and end.  It is a structured, non-proprietary project management method focusing on controlling project costs, timescales, quality, scope, risk and benefits.   PRINCE2 uses an integrated framework of elements for successful […]
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PRINCE2® Management Products

PRINCE2 defines a set of baseline management products, records and reports that can be tailored and used in managing projects.  These artifacts are not necessarily documents – they are information sets that are used by the PRINCE2 processes to enable to project management team to take action and make the right decisions at the right […]
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Creating a Project Management Methodology? Consider PRINCE2®

For folks looking for a project management approach that successfully navigates them through the project life cycle while focusing on the project manager’s role in delivering a successful project, let me recommend PRINCE2.   PRINCE2 (Projects in a Controlled Environments) is a structured, non-proprietary project management method.  It is a generic, widely accepted approach to managing projects […]
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Creating a Project Management Methodology: Define Your 4 Key Strategies

When building your project management method, it is essential to frame it with at least four key strategies for:  (1) quality management, (2) configuration management, (3) change management and (4) risk management.   Each of these strategic areas needs a well-defined and approved standard in place to govern project activities that typically take place at an organizational […]
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