Books: Prince2 in Practice: A Practical Approach to Creating Project Management Documents : How to Avoid Bulky, Inaccessible, Stand Alone, Illegible Documents (Best Practice (Van Haren Publishing))
|Title:||Prince2 in Practice: A Practical Approach to Creating Project Management Documents : How to Avoid Bulky, Inaccessible, Stand Alone, Illegible Documents (Best Practice (Van Haren Publishing))|
|Publisher:||Van Haren Publishing|
|Number of pages:||122|
There are many publications on PRINCE2. Most of these publications describe the theory of PRINCE2. This book, based on PRINCE2 2009 edition, however deals with a practical approach for formal reports: how can be achieved that PRINCE2 works better in practice? The existing PRINCE2 report templates cannot be used easily. Of course the process approach in PRINCE2 remains viable, but in this book the PRINCE2 documents are the key. The reader gets a practical help for implementing PRINCE2. This helps project managers and project executives to manage and control in an efficient manner. Target Groups This book is meant for everyone who has anything to do with project management. It is intended for: •The line manager who wants to bring about change and base a temporary organization on it •The head of the Project Management Office who is looking for handles to create professional tools and templates •The project manager who has adopted the PRINCE2® theory and now wants to apply this theory in practice But the book is also meant for experienced project managers who wish to improve their relationship with their executive, and project managers who want to manage instead of getting bogged down in the filling in of endless documents and templates. This book is to be used particularly as a reference book.