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PRINCE2 Processes Model and Chart - PRINCE2 Exam - ProjectingIT, APMG ATO
 

PRINCE2 Processes Model and Chart - PRINCE2 Exam - ProjectingIT, APMG ATO

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Ashish Dhoke lead consultant ProjectingIT presents the 7 PRINCE2 processes and how they interface with each other along with their purpose to pass PRINCE2 certification exam.

Ashish Dhoke lead consultant ProjectingIT presents the 7 PRINCE2 processes and how they interface with each other along with their purpose to pass PRINCE2 certification exam.

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    PRINCE2 Processes Model and Chart - PRINCE2 Exam - ProjectingIT, APMG ATO PRINCE2 Processes Model and Chart - PRINCE2 Exam - ProjectingIT, APMG ATO Presentation Transcript

    • The PRINCE2 Processes the  chronology  of  activities projectingIT PRINCE2 Pre-course reading
    • in this session... The SEVEN processes of PRINCE2 The anatomy of a process The project journey An overview of each process www.projectingIT.com 2 Processes
    • the PRINCE2 processes PRINCE2 is a process-based approach for project management www.projectingIT.com 3 Processes
    • A process is... a structured set of activities designed to accomplish a specific objective. www.projectingIT.com 4 Processes
    • The PRINCE2 processes There are SEVEN processes in PRINCE2, which provide the set of activities required to direct, manage and deliver a project www.projectingIT.com 5 Processes
    • The 7 PRINCE2 processes Starting up a Project Closing a Project Directing a Project Managing a Stage Boundary Initiating a Project Managing Product Delivery www.projectingIT.com Controlling a Stage 6 Processes
    • The process users oject   Pr oard B ject   Pro nager Ma eam   T ager Man www.projectingIT.com 7 Processes
    • The project journey Pre-Project Initiation Stage Subsequent delivery stage(s) Final delivery stage The Processes defines the activities, responsibilities and templates for pre-project and each of the management stage of the project www.projectingIT.com 8 Processes
    • Pre-project -> Before initiation stage -> Determine feasibility -> Identify stakeholders -> Define objectives -> Ensure justification www.projectingIT.com Initiation 9 Stage 2 Final Stage Processes
    • The INITIATION stage -> Prepare strategies -> Develop plans Pre-Project -> Define controls -> Obtain funding -> Refine Business Case www.projectingIT.com 10 Stage 2 Final Stage Processes
    • Sub-sequent delivery stages Pre-Project www.projectingIT.com Initiation -> Deliver products -> Monitor progress -> Control -> Check viability 11 Final Stage Processes
    • Final stage Pre-Project www.projectingIT.com Initiation Stage 2 12 -> Project acceptance -> Hand-over -> Evaluate performance -> Lessons Processes
    • The project journey Pre-Project Initiation Stage Final delivery stage Subsequent delivery stage(s) Directing a Project Directing SU SB CP Controlling a Stage Controlling a Stage Managing Product Delivery Managing Product Delivery SB Managing Delivering www.projectingIT.com IP 13 Processes
    • The Anatomy of a process inputs www.projectingIT.com Activities 14 outputs Processes
    • Each Process has a... => a Purpose => an Objective => List of Activities => Inputs => Outputs => Responsibilities www.projectingIT.com 15 Processes
    • the SEVEN processes... >> St arting up a Proje ct (SU) >> Di re ct ing a Proje ct (DP) >> In iti at ing a Proje ct (IP ) >> Co nt ro lli ng a St age (C S) >> M an ag ing Produc t De liver y (M P) >> M an ag ing a St age Bo un da ry (SB) >> Cl os ing a Proje ct (CP) www.projectingIT.com 16 Processes
    • Integrating processes... SU DP SB DP IP DP SB CS CP CS DP MP MP > the output of one process becomes an input to the next process > defined sequence of processes www.projectingIT.com 17 Processes
    • Mandate the Project Journey... Starting up a Project Directing a Project Managing a Stage Boundary Initiating a Project Closing a Project Controlling a Stage Managing Product Delivery www.projectingIT.com 18 Processes
    • Starting up a Project This process describes the project feasibility work to be done by the Project Manager, Project Board and Corporate, prior to project initiation to ensure the project is justified and viable www.projectingIT.com 19 Project Brief Processes
    • Directing a Project This process describes the work to be done by the Project Board to provide management control, governance and direction to the project www.projectingIT.com 20 Decisions. Approvals. Authorizations. Processes
    • Initiating a Project This process describes the detailed planning work to be done by the Project Manager to prepare project strategies and define how the project will be monitored and controlled www.projectingIT.com 21 Pro je ct Ini t i at io n Do c u me n t at io n Processes
    • Controlling a Stage This process describes the dayto-day work to be done by the Project Manager to monitor and control one management stage and deliver the stage within the agreed tolerances www.projectingIT.com 22 Register orts Re p Logs Work Package Processes
    • Managing Product Delivery This process describes the work to be done by the Team Manager to plan, execute and deliver the specialist products of the project Pla p ort Re n Pro duc t s www.projectingIT.com 23 Processes
    • Managing a Stage Boundary This process describes the work to be done by the Project Manager at the end of each management stage, except the final stage, to review the project progress and plan the next stage www.projectingIT.com 24 p ort Re Pla n Register P ID Processes
    • Closing a Project This process describes the work to be done by the Project Manager during the final stage of the project, to obtain acceptance, hand-over products and to evaluate how the project was delivered www.projectingIT.com 25 p ort Re Lessons Processes
    • Process vs. Themes s support the activities within a Theme by providing more information process about the activity Process > Starting up a Project Activity > Prepare an outline Business Case Theme > Business Case <<the theme provides information about who, what, why and how of the Business Case>> www.projectingIT.com 26 Processes
    • Process vs. Principles es support principles by defining Process ies and outputs that implement a activit PRINCE2 principle Process > Starting up a Project Activity > prepare an outline Business Case Principle > Continued Business Justification www.projectingIT.com 27 Processes