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Prince2 – lean3
3rd generation Project Management
  • Open Source

    Project Management

  • Project Factory

    Reusable modules

  • Proven libraries

    Ratings and Likes

  • Open Source

    Project Management

  • Project Factory

    Reusable modules

  • Proven libraries

    Ratings and Likes

Example of a Routing for a government IT project

This example relates to one project, where the Project Manager is using bricks of Good Practice from a Prince2-related horizontal library.

Example of a library (PINO)

This example is shows Good Practice bricks in a horizontal library.

The library contains bricks related to the Prince2 method.

When Best Practice is not best practice?

In Project Management, the term “Best Practice” has become very popular. Too often, it is overused. At worst, it is pure marketing-speak….
What should “Best Practice” mean? It should be a reflection of current practice – techniques and ways of working which are widely and currently used with success. But too often today in Project Management, Best Practice is a long way from that ideal

Adding agility to Prince2

In 2015, Axelos published their new “Prince2 Agile” guide with a great fanfare. This is a new companion to Prince2, designed to sit alongside Prince2. Unfortunately, the book is a major disappointment on all fronts. Rather than helping the Prince2 project manager to move forward, it adds to the confusion about Agile

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