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June 2008University of AdelaidePerry Wheeler
PRINCE2 TimelinePRINCE2 Timeline1989200519962009 ?CurrentCurrent ReleaseReleasePromptPrompt
How big is Prince2?How big is Prince2?More than 250,000 practitioners worldwideMore than 20 national user groupsOver 12...
PRINCE3?PRINCE3?Still Prince2Prince to Prince2 was a fundamental changeCostTrademark and image
Why Change?Why Change?
OGC MandateOGC Mandate
OGC MandateOGC Mandate
Public ConsultationPublic Consultation
Public ConsultationPublic Consultation
The approachThe approachPRINCE2MethodPRINCE2in PracticeManagingDirectingBusiness benefits throughproject and programmemana...
TheThe ChangesChangesManuals - ChangedPrinciples - NewThemes – Updated ComponentsProcesses – ChangedTechniques – Prob...
The ManualsThe Manuals
The PrinciplesThe PrinciplesThe new release is to be placed in context by new,defined principles which should be:Univers...
Business Justification A PRINCE2 project must have continued business justificationRoles and Responsibilities A PRINCE2 pr...
Business Case The whyOrganisation The whoPlans The what, how and whenRisk Managing uncertaintyProgress Controlling time an...
The old process diagramThe old process diagram
Directing a ProjectDirecting a ProjectStart-upStart-upInitiationInitiationStage BoundariesStage BoundariesControlling a St...
Management ProductsManagement ProductsScaling philosophyDesigned for typical projectsCan be scaled upCan be scaled dow...
The Project EnvironmentThe Project EnvironmentWill contain context based guidanceProjects in a programme / not in a prog...
What happens now?What happens now?First Drafts completed (Feb 2008)Pilots nearly completed (March 08 to June 08)Quality...
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  • PRINCE was established in 1989 by CCTA (the Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency), since renamed the OGC (the Office of Government Commerce). PRINCE was originally based on PROMPT, a project management method created by Simpact Systems Ltd in 1975. PROMPT was adopted by CCTA in 1979 as the standard to be used for all Government information system projects. When PRINCE was launched in 1989, it effectively superseded PROMPT within Government projects. PRINCE remains in the public domain and copyright is retained by the Crown. PRINCE is a registered trademark of OGC. 06/13/13
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    1. 1. June 2008University of AdelaidePerry Wheeler
    2. 2. PRINCE2 TimelinePRINCE2 Timeline1989200519962009 ?CurrentCurrent ReleaseReleasePromptPrompt
    3. 3. How big is Prince2?How big is Prince2?More than 250,000 practitioners worldwideMore than 20 national user groupsOver 120 accredited training organisationsTranslated into at least 17 languagesPublic and private sectorUsed on all types of projects (construction, change,technology)Over 2 million page links on Google (PMBOK gets 1.4million)Now the most widely used PM methodology in the world
    4. 4. PRINCE3?PRINCE3?Still Prince2Prince to Prince2 was a fundamental changeCostTrademark and image
    5. 5. Why Change?Why Change?
    6. 6. OGC MandateOGC Mandate
    7. 7. OGC MandateOGC Mandate
    8. 8. Public ConsultationPublic Consultation
    9. 9. Public ConsultationPublic Consultation
    10. 10. The approachThe approachPRINCE2MethodPRINCE2in PracticeManagingDirectingBusiness benefits throughproject and programmemanagementThink Prince2Study guidesPrince2 handbookTemplatesChecklistsP3OP2MMMSPM_O_RITILCase StudiesPRINCE2 &DSDM
    11. 11. TheThe ChangesChangesManuals - ChangedPrinciples - NewThemes – Updated ComponentsProcesses – ChangedTechniques – Probably replacedManagement Products – ReducedProject Environment - New
    12. 12. The ManualsThe Manuals
    13. 13. The PrinciplesThe PrinciplesThe new release is to be placed in context by new,defined principles which should be:UniversalSelf validatingEmpoweringThese principles separate a PRINCE2 project from aPINO project
    14. 14. Business Justification A PRINCE2 project must have continued business justificationRoles and Responsibilities A PRINCE2 project must have defined and agreed roles andresponsibilities with an organisation structure that engages thebusiness, user and supplier stakeholder interestsProduct Focus A PRINCE2 project must focus on products and their qualityManaged by Stages A PRINCE2 project must be planned, baselined, monitored andcontrolled on a stage by stage basisManagement of Risk A PRINCE2 project must proactively manage its riskScaling and Tailoring A PRINCE2 project must decide how to apply the method such that itis scaled and tailored to suit the project’s environment, complexity,importance and riskLearning Lessons A PRINCE2 project must learn from experience
    15. 15. Business Case The whyOrganisation The whoPlans The what, how and whenRisk Managing uncertaintyProgress Controlling time and costsQuality Assuring the delivery of fit-for-purpose productsIssues & Changes Controlling scope
    16. 16. The old process diagramThe old process diagram
    17. 17. Directing a ProjectDirecting a ProjectStart-upStart-upInitiationInitiationStage BoundariesStage BoundariesControlling a StageControlling a StageProduct DeliveryProduct DeliveryClosing aClosing aProjectProject
    18. 18. Management ProductsManagement ProductsScaling philosophyDesigned for typical projectsCan be scaled upCan be scaled downWill be supported by a set of templates withembedded guidance and quality criteria“PRINCE2 requires information and decisions NOT documents and meetings”
    19. 19. The Project EnvironmentThe Project EnvironmentWill contain 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
    20. 20. What happens now?What happens now?First Drafts completed (Feb 2008)Pilots nearly completed (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) Another Examchange!Further consultation (for enhanced exam scheme)Transition period Q1 2009
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