Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2® 2009 Edition - PDF
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Widely considered to be the leading method in project management, PRINCE2 is used in more than 120 countries worldwide. Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 is an invaluable resource for practitioners responsible for delivering projects because it provides clear, step-by-step guidance on implementing PRINCE2 to ensure effective project management and measurable benefits for organizations.
Provides a structured, universally-applicable project management method that covers the PRINCE2 principles, themes and processes required to successfully deliver projects within time, cost and quality constraints
Explains how to tailor the PRINCE2 method to an organization's project environment
Can be applied to any project, regardless of project scale, type, organization, geography or culture
Examines the wider role of the Project Manager, including soft skills, leading and managing, stakeholder engagement, communication planning and organizational change movement
Includes real-life examples that illustrate how the PRINCE2 method principles and processes have been applied in actual situations.
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PRINCE2 Exams and Editions
PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner exams based on PRINCE2 2009 have been available from 06 July 2009. PRINCE2 exams based on the PRINCE2 2005 edition will continue to run until the end of 2009. Visit PRINCE2 2009 FAQs for more information.
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