Project Organization, Planning and Risk (PRINCE2®: 2009-aligned)
All levels of employees or individuals who intend to write the PRINCE2: 2009 Foundation exam and those who wish to acquire the skills necessary to successfully participate in a project management team using the PRINCE2 methodology
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An effective project management methodology requires a foundation of core themes that allow Project Managers, Project Boards and project team members to organize and control the project management process. These themes are the building blocks of good project management. The project management methodology advocated by PRINCE2 includes seven themes: Business Case, Organization, Quality, Plans, Risk, Change and Progress. These methodologies are recognized as an international standard for process-based project management and are the accepted methods for project management in the UK.They include the best practices in project management and provide a flexible and adaptable approach to suit all projects. PRINCE2 is a project management method designed to provide a framework for a wide variety of disciplines and activities required within a project.
This course is designed to help prepare learners for the PRINCE2 Foundation certification exam. It provides an overview of the planning-related themes in a PRINCE2-aligned project, specifically the Business Case, Organization, Plans and Risk themes.
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- identify the purpose of project Organization
- identify the products of the Organization theme
- match PRINCE2 project management roles with corresponding responsibilities
- identify the purpose of a Business Case
- match PRINCE2 roles with corresponding responsibilities relevant to the Business Case
- identify the recommended contents of a Business Case
- differentiate between the different types of plans in a PRINCE2 project
- sequence the steps for producing a PRINCE2 plan
- recognize the benefits of product-based planning
- recognize the steps of the product-based planning technique
- identify the purpose of the Risk theme
- identify the definition of risk tolerance
- identify key activities related to the steps in the risk management procedure