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Free PRINCE2Self Study Course
1 Introduction – PRINCE2
1.1 The PRINCE2 Manual
1.2 What are Projects?
1.3 Why a Project Management Method?
1.4 What is PRINCE2?
1.5 Six variables / six performance targets
1.6 PRINCE2 Structure
1.7 What does PRINCE2 not cover?
1.8 Benefits of using PRINCE2:
1.9 What does a Project Manager do?
1.10 Learn Thru Questions
2 The Process Model and Project Timeline
2.1 The PRINCE2 Process Model
2.2 Project Timeline
2.2.1 Starting Up a Project
2.2.2 Initiating a Project Process / Initiation Stage
IP
2.2.4 Next delivery stages
2.2.5 Last delivery stage and Closing a Project
CP
2.2.6 Exception Plan example
2.2.7 Timeline Summary
3 Principles
3.1 Introduction to principles
3.2 Principles: Continued Business Justification
3.3 Principles: Learn from Experience
3.4 Principles: Defined Roles and Responsibilities
3.5 Principles: Manage By Stages
3.6 Principles: Manage by Exception
3.7 Principles: Focus on Products
3.8 Principles: Tailoring or Tailor to suit the Project Environment
3.9 Learn Thru Questions
4 Themes Introduction
4.1 Introduction to Themes
4.2 List of Themes
4.2.1 Theme: Business Case
4.2.2 Theme: Organization
4.2.3 Theme: Quality
4.2.4 Theme: Plans
4.2.5 Theme: Risk
4.2.6 Theme: Change
4.2.7 Theme: Progress
4.3 Learn Thru Questions
5 Business Case Theme
5.1 Introduction to Business Case Knowledge
5.2 What happens in the real world?
5.3 The Business Case knowledge provided by PRINCE2
5.4 What does a Business Case do for the project?
5.5 How to best describe what you get from a project?
5.6 Different types of Business Case
5.7 The path to creating the Business Case
5.8 Step 1: Develop the Business Case
5.9 Step2: Verify the Business Case
5.10 Step 3: Maintain the Business Case
5.11 Step 4: Confirm the Benefits
5.12 The Benefits Review Plan
5.13 Example of a Poor Business Case
5.14 The Contents of a Business Case
5.15 Example of Business Case for CRM Project
5.16 Appraisal Techniques
6.3 The Organization Knowledge provided by PRINCE2
6.4 Organization Definitions
6.5 Three Project Interests / 3 Stakeholder Categories
6.6 The four levels of Organization
6.7 Project Board
6.8 The Project Board Roles
6.14 Project Manager and the Project Organization
6.15 Stakeholder Engagement
6.16 The Communication Management Strategy
6.17 Responsibilities for Organization Theme
6.18 Foundation and Practitioner Exam
6.19 Learn Thru Questions
7 Quality
7.1 Introduction to Quality Knowledge
7.2 What happens in the real world?
7.3 The Quality Knowledge provided by PRINCE2
7.4 Quality Lingo
7.5 Introduction to the PRINCE2 Approach to Quality:
7.6 Part 1: Quality Planning Introduction
7.6.1 Quality Plan Steps – Quality Audit Trail
7.6.2 The Customer’s Quality Expectations
7.6.3 Acceptance Criteria
7.6.4 The Project Product Description
7.6.5 Project Product Description Example
7.6.6 The Quality Management Strategy Document
7.6.7 Product Descriptions
7.6.8 Quality Register
7.7 Part 2: Quality Control Introduction & Quality Methods
7.7.1 Quality records, approval records and acceptance records
7.8 The PRINCE2 Quality Review Technique
7.9 Responsibilities
7.10 Quality Summary
7.11 Foundation and Practitioner Exam
7.12 Learn Thru Questions
8 Plans
8.1 Introduction to Plans Knowledge
8.2 What happens in the real world?
8.3 The Plans Knowledge provided by PRINCE2
8.4 Plans Lingo
8.5 Three levels of a Plan
8.6 The Path to Planning
8.7 The Project Plan, Stage Plan and Team Plan
8.8 The Exception Plan – Introduction
8.9 The PRINCE2 Planning Steps and Design the Plan
8.10 Step 1: Design the Plan – First of the 7 steps:
8.11 Step 2: Product-Based Planning Introduction
8.12 PBP Step 1: Write the Project Product Description
8.13 PBP Step 2: Create the Product Breakdown Structure
8.14 Product-Based Planning - Example
8.15 PBP Step 3: Write the Product Descriptions
8.16 PBP Step 4: Product Flow Diagram
8.17 Step 3: Identify Activities and Dependencies
8.18 Step 4: Prepare Estimates
8.19 Step 5: Prepare the schedule
8.20 Document the Plan
8.21 Examples of Risks in Planning
8.22 The Product Checklist
8.23 Responsibilities
8.24 Plans Summary
8.25 Foundation and Practitioner Exam
8.26 Learn Thru Questions
9 Risk Theme
9.1 Introduction to the Risk Knowledge
9.2 What happens in the real world?
9.3 Purpose of the knowledge in the Risk Theme
9.4 Risk Lingo
9.5 Risk Lingo - What is Risk Management
9.6 The Management of Risk Method & Risk Context
9.7 The Risk Register - Risk History
9.8 The Risk Management Procedure Introduction
9.9 Step 1: Identify
9.10 How to Express the Risk
9.11 Step 2: Assess Risk
9.12 Step 2: Assess Risk: Estimating
9.13 Step 2: Assess Risk – Evaluate
9.14 Step 3: Plan is about Planning the Responses
9.15 Plan the Responses to Threats
9.16 Plan the Responses to opportunities
9.17 Step 4: Implement the Responses
9.18 Step 5: Communicate
9.19 What is a Risk Budget?
9.20 Risk Roles and Responsibilities
9.21 Risk Summary
9.22 Learn Thru Questions
10 Change
10.1 Introduction to Change Knowledge
10.2 What happens in real world?
10.3 Purpose of knowledge in the Change Theme
10.4 Change Lingo
10.5 The PRINCE2 Approach to Change
10.6 Configuration Management Strategy
10.7 How to prioritize issues & track severity
10.8 Change Authority and Change Budget
10.9 Management Products used by the Change Theme
10.10 The Configuration Management Procedure
10.11 Issue and Change Control Procedure:
10.12 Capture: Issue and Change Control Procedure:
10.13 Examine: Issue and Change Control Procedure:
10.14 Propose
10.15 Decide
10.16 Implement
10.17 Roles and Responsibilities
10.18 Summary
10.19 Learn Thru Questions
11 Progress
11.1 Introduction
11.2 What happens in the real world?
11.3 Purpose of the information in the Progress Theme
11.4 Progress, Progress Controls, Exceptions and Tolerances
11.4.1 When are the Six Tolerances set?
11.5 What is the PRINCE2 Approach to Progress?
11.6 What are the 3 Project Board Controls?
11.7 Use of Management Stages for Control
11.8 What are Technical Stages?
11.9 Event-Driven and Time-Driven Controls
11.10 How does the Project Manager review progress?
11.11 Capturing and reporting lessons
11.12 Reports used to Report Progress
11.13 What is Raising Exceptions?
11.14 Progress Responsibilities
11.15 Progress Summary
11.16 Learn Thru Questions
12 Introduction to Processes
12.1 Introduction to Processes
12.2 The PRINCE2 Processes
12.3 Pre-Project
12.4 Initiation Stage
12.5 Next Stage or Stages after the Initiation Stage
12.6 The PRINCE2 Process Model Introduction
12.7 Introduction to the Seven Processes
12.8 Learn Thru Questions
13 Starting Up a Project
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Purpose & Objective of the Starting Up a Project Process
13.3 Activities Introduction
13.4 Appoint the Executive and the Project Manager
13.5 Capture Previous Lessons
13.6 Design and appoint the Project Management Team
13.7 Outline Business Case
13.8 Select Project Approach and Assemble Project Brief
13.9 Plan the Initiation Stage
13.10 Summary of Activities
13.11 Learn Thru Questions
14 Initiating a Project
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Purpose & Objective
14.3 Activities
14.3.1 Prepare the Risk Management Strategy
14.3.2 Prepare the Configuration Management Strategy
14.3.3 Prepare the Quality Management Strategy
14.3.4 Prepare the Communication Management Strategy
14.3.5 Setting Up the Project Controls
14.3.6 Create the Project Plan
14.3.7 Refining the Business Case
14.3.8 Assemble the Project Initiation Documentation
14.4 Learn Thru Questions
15 Directing a Project
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Introduction to the Directing a Project
15.3 Introduction to Activities
15.3.1 Activity 1: Authorize initiation
15.3.2 Activity 2: Authorize the project
15.4 Learn Thru Questions
16 Controlling a Stage
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Purpose & Objective
16.3 Context
16.4 Introduction to Activities
16.4.1 Activity 1: Authorize a Work Package
16.4.2 Activity 2: Review Work Package Status
16.4.3 Activity 3: Receive complete Work Packages
16.4.4 Activity 4: Review the stage status
16.4.5 Activity 5: Report Highlights
16.4.6 Activity 6: Capture and Examine Issues & Risks
16.4.7 Activity 7: Escalate issues and risks
16.4.8 Activity 8: Take Corrective Action
16.5 Learn Thru Questions
17 Managing Product Delivery
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Purpose & Objective
17.3 Managing Product Delivery Activities
17.3.1 Activity: Accept a Work Package
17.3.2 Activity: Execute a Work Package
17.3.3 Activity: Deliver a Work Package
17.4 Learn Thru Questions
18 Managing a Stage Boundary
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Purpose & Objective
18.3 Context
18.4 Managing a Stage Boundary Activities
18.4.1 Activity 1: Plan the next Stage
18.4.2 Activity 2: Update the Project Plan
18.4.3 Activity 3: Update the Business Case
18.4.4 Activity 4: Report stage end
18.4.5 Activity 5: Produce an Exception Plan
18.5 Learn Thru Questions
19 Closing a Project
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Purpose & Objective
19.3 Context
19.4 Closing a Project Activities
19.4.1 Activity 1: Prepare planned closure
19.4.2 Activity 2: Prepare premature closure
19.4.3 Activity 3: Handover products
19.4.4 Activity 4: Evaluate the project
19.4.5 Activity 5: Recommend Project Closure
19.5 Learn Thru Questions
20 Tailoring PRINCE2 to the project environment
20.1 Introduction and What Tailoring Is
20.2 What is Tailoring?
20.3 General Approach to Tailoring
20.4 What to change when tailoring
20.5 Working in a Program Environment
20.5.1 Tailoring the Themes of Quality, Plans, Risk, Change & Progress
20.5.2 Tailoring Processes & Management Products
20.6 Project Scale – Simple Projects
20.6.1 Tailoring: Project Scale Introduction
20.6.2 Tailoring for Simple Project: Effect on Themes
20.6.3 Tailoring: Simple Projects
20.7 Tailoring: Commercial Customer/Supplier Environment
20.7.1 Tailoring: Effect on Business Case
20.7.2 Tailoring: Effect on Organization
20.7.3 Tailoring: Effect on Quality & Risk
20.7.4 Tailoring: Effect on Plans
20.7.5 Tailoring: Effect on Processes
20.8 Tailoring: Project Type
20.8.1 Tailoring: Project Type: Lifecycle Models
20.8.2 Tailoring: Project Type: The Feasibility Project
Appendix A
Simple Glossary
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