PRINCE2

Added value In many organisations PRINCE2® does not lead to good results. The method has a reputation for being rigid and bureaucratic and for causing an enormous flow of paperwork. But it does not have to be like that, a proper implementation of PRINCE2® causes exactly the opposite. Implementation should should not focus on a common language or the usage of templates. It is al ...

Culture PRINCE2® has the reputation of being very bureaucratic. It is a fact that a considerable number of implementations fail in a bureaucratic drama or in a situation where only on paper is worked according to PRINCE2® (PINO – Prince In Name Only). In numerous discussions about this subject there are also numerous reasons given, but only very rarely is the main problem touch ...

n 1984 Eliyahu Goldratt wrote the excellent book "The Goal". His vision on the logistical processes and production were widely noticed but at the same time his ideas were extremely logical and even obvious. The vision of Goldratt, named the Theory Of Constraints, focuses strongly on reaching the end result through following an integral process and banning and preventing local o ...

PMI and IPMA In the world of project management there are several standards, or what are considered to be. The Project Management Institute (PMI) and the International Project Management Association (IPMA) have a lot of influence, but how do these visions compare to PRINCE2®? PMI / PMBOK - General The Project Management Institute (PMI) published "A Guide to the Project Manage ...

Processes, Themes and Techniques PRINCE2® is a method that aims at controlling a project and (particularly) the role of the project manager. The method in essence shows great common sense and focuses on processes. There are seven main processes described and the method also pays attention to eight main subjects, the Themes, that are handled during the processes. Although PRINCE ...