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 .:Prince2 ? General
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Important Note: Prince2 ? is a trademark of the Office of Government Commerce

 .:Useful Info
OGC? - The owners of Prince2 ?
IT Infrastructure Lib?
CMI - Chartered Management Institute

P2UG: The International User Forum & Group for Project Management & Prince2 ?

Welcome to the international independent user forum and portal for Prince2 ?. This is designed to serve as an interactive open resource to support Prince2 ?, and project management in general.

The portal includes a wide range of facilities, including an FAQ, directory and download area. We will be adding further sections and features over time.

You are warmly invited to join our open group, and freely engage in all on-site activities.

 .:P2 Support Pack Now Available Online
 .:Posted by Admin2 on Monday, March 07 @ 16:06:14 CST (5974 reads)
Related Information The P2 Toolkit is now available as a download. This is a series of resources specifically designed to support Prince2 ? education and project implementation. Included in the kit are project management templates, presentations, checklists, guides, role definitions, research articles and a range of other materials.

For more information, see: Prince2 ? Resources

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 .:Prince2 ?: Basic Questions
 .:Posted by Admin2 on Tuesday, June 15 @ 06:40:53 CDT (5864 reads)
Information on Prince2 What does PRINCE2 ? stand for?
It stands for Projects in Controlled Environments (the 2 reflecting the that this is the second version of it).

Who developed it?
It was devloped by the CCTA, which is part of the Office of Government Commerce, which in turn is part of the UK Government.

Is it just intended for IT projects?
No. The original version of PRINCE was intended for IT, but the scope expanded, and the PRINCE2 ? is intended for all types ofproject.

What are the benefits of using PRINCE2 ??
At the highest level use of PRINCE2 is intended to enable project and business risk to be managed more effectively, and resources to be more readily controlled.

Is this a new method?
Not really. The original PRINCE was first published in 1989. This itself was based upon an older methodology from the 1970s.

What about the exams?
There two exams to support PRINCE2: the Foundation exam and the Practitioner exam. The first illustrates a basic understanding, that you have the knowledge to apply this.

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 .:Your Participation
 .:Posted by Admin2 on Tuesday, June 15 @ 06:39:56 CDT (4113 reads)
The Prince2 User Group and Forum The International PM User Group is an open portal. This means that we encourage the whole project management and Prince2 ? community to participate. Please, therefore, feel free to contribute in all aspects of this project. This includes the forums, stories, new FAQs and of course the survey above.
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 .:New Sections Now Open
 .:Posted by Admin2 on Sunday, July 18 @ 07:37:38 CDT (3816 reads)
The Prince2 User Group and Forum
We are pleased to announce that the interactive forum is now up and running. Please feel free to register and participate.

The Forum enables discussion on all aspects of Prince2 and project management. You can enter the forum via selection of the Forum option on from the menu on the left hand side, or alternatively via this link.

NEW: Our FAQ section has also now been opened. As with the rest of the portal, if you wish to contribute, please do feel free.

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 .:Introduction to Prince2 ?
 .:Posted by Admin2 on Tuesday, June 15 @ 06:40:25 CDT (5759 reads)
Information on Prince2
Prince2? is an established method for project management. It covers the management, organization and the control of projects of all shapes and sizes.

It is now widely used in both the private and public sectors, and has become established in a growing number of countries.

It is owned and developed by CCTA (now OGC). The original process employed by CCTA under it's control and direction, was to develop content by engaging with a group of esperts in project management, and subsequently to quality assure and review the outcome via a substantial number of external organisations. OGC continues to develop Prince2 ?, as part of a continuous improvement programme.

The methodology itself defines a process based approach to project management, with inputs, outputs and objectives clearly identified.

It also details a stage by stage approach, ensuring that progress can be properly monitored.

Under Prince2, the whole project is driven by the business requirements, and managers are encouraged to make the process inclusive, often including suppliers and customers.

The intention is that projects should be properly controlled and defined, but with flexibility, good communication.

For more information on the Prince2 project management methodology, please review the various sections of this portal. If in doubt, feel free to ask a question via the forums.

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