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  PRINCE2 - "Even the simplest methodology, if accepted by the organization and used correctly, can increase your chances of success."

PRINCE, which stands for Projects in Controlled Environments, is a project management method covering the organisation, management and control of projects. PRINCE was first developed by the Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (CCTA), now part of the Office of Government Commerce (OGC), in 1989 as a UK Government standard for IT project management.

Structured project management means managing the project in a logical, organised way, following defined steps. A structured project management method is the written description of this logical, organised approach. PRINCE2 is a structured project management method.

PRINCE2 says that a project should have:

  • An organised and controlled start, ie organise and plan things properly before leaping in.
  • An organised and controlled middle, ie when the project has started, make sure it continues to be organised and controlled.
  • An organised and controlled end, ie when you’ve got what you want and the project has finished, tidy up the loose end

Organising and controlling a project means that we need to have someone responsible for doing the organising and controlling - this person is called the Project Manager. The Project Manager will select people to do the work on the project and will be responsible for making sure the work is done properly and on-time. The Project Manager draws up the Project Plans that describe what the project team will actually be doing and when they expect to finish.

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