IT Project Management with PRINCE2®
Are IT projects getting out of hand? Are project costs shooting through the roof? Are schedules slipping?
Failing projects are not only aggravating and wearing on the nerves, but are also expensive mistakes which can have a negative effect on the organisation’s business processes. Whether you are introducing new tools, integrating different applications or optimising internal processes, IT projects emerge every day and need to be implemented transparently, rapidly, and smoothly.
Managing projects effectively and efficiently is a difficult undertaking – but something that can be achieved with the right approach!
PRINCE2® (PRojects IN Controlled Environments 2) is an internationally recognised approach to project management created by the OGC which has proved itself in practice over the years. It provides specific practical guidelines, process descriptions, assignment of roles, document templates and techniques, to allow projects to be conducted in a structured, efficient and successful manner. Transparency and clearly defined responsibilities are defined as best practices in the PRINCE2 project management approach, ensuring that everyone involved in the project is aware of their specific tasks and objectives.
A project is guaranteed to run to plan when it is broken down into individual phases, and when its status is regularly controlled in each phase. Problems and delays can be recognised early on and dealt with immediately.
The outcome? A project that performs in line with the client’s requirements!
“The PRINCE2 seminar was very informative. The instructors were well-prepared, conveyed the course material professionally and successfully prepared me for the exams. The limited number of participants was ideal: there were enough participants to exchange experiences and ideas, and there were few enough participants to ask personalized questions”. inhouse training, PRINCE2 Power, Genf
“Very good training support & very good experience of the teacher. Helpful for my own job.” PRINCE2 Foundation