Each PRINCE2 project should include the 7 principles, and if even one of these principles is missing from the project, it cannot be considered a PRINCE2 Project.
The core principles can be defined as: a framework of good project practice for those involved in a project.
From a PRINCE2 point of view, a Principle is a core value that must always exist in a PRINCE2 project. To sum it up, think of principles as guides for good practice. There are seven principles below:
- Continued business justification, the project should be beneficial, and stay so.
- Learn from experience, we are not supposed to reinvent the wheel.
- Define roles and responsibilities,each person should know what others expect from them, and what they can expect from others.
- Manage by stages, project should be broken down into stages, and planned/executed/controlled accordingly.
- Manage by exception, there should be a well-formed system for delegation and escalation.
- Focus on products, rather than on activities.
- Tailor to suit the project environment, using PRINCE2 out of the box without paying attention to the project environment will not succeed.
- PRINCE2 Foundation online training course
- PRINCE2 Practitioner online training course
- PRINCE2 Agile online training course
Other PRINCE2 Links
- PRINCE2 Foundation Exam Simulator
- Email awareness courses (PRINCE2, PMP, Scrum, Agile)
- PRINCE2 online - Compare all PRINCE2 online Foundation courses
PeopleCert runs the PRINCE2 Foundation exam and PRINCE2 Practitioner exam for the accredited training organisations (ATO) and these can be provided in the classroom or online.
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