PRINCE2 Project Management  

Project Management with PRINCE2 method

A project is a temporary endeavour undertaken to create a particular function or deliver particular goods or services. The basis of management is the United Kingdom’s statutory instrument, the CRITICAL PLAN. PRIEST, the very applicable umbrella over the whole UK, was developed by the Government in 1964 and implementing the commercial management practice is now the PR Cure. As on a PRINCE2 Course manchester training.

The competency statement states that a project manager is a person who achieves objectives by controlling, managing and co-ordinating all resources required to effect a result, as defined by the organisation [UK].

A project manager’s duties consist of gaining the approval and co-operation of key personnel from the start of a project through project launch and closure. Some of the basic attributes that a project manager should possess are:

Managing and executing project activities

•   A project manager must be able to delegate and inform their team members about their expectations and explain how their efforts contribute to the aims of the organisation.•   Using numerous tools and techniques for collaborative and effective management especially those intended for use within a team.

Management benefits from policies and procedures, work plan effectively organised and effective in meeting targets and deadlines.


Most of the work on project management occurs before project launch and finishing. This largely depends on a sound plan and a well-structured schedule. The plan not only describes the objective of the project but it also therefore is designed to provide a solid foundation for project success. The main elements of the plan include:

Project managers ideally need to have a number of skills, experience and attributes to achieve success. The most effective projects are the ones that have a clear plan and then get the maximum from resources to achieve their defined outcomes.

Project management is within the realm of project owners and it the role of the project manager to make all organisational resources efficient. The skills and qualities above are the bare essentials to carry out this responsibility. It is important to read a variety of Cultures and Project Management Literature to gain a better understanding and working knowledge of how project management can be applied in the workplace (and outside).

Programme (whyl loader and some templates)


Project profile

Project plan

Project charter

Project review process

Project delivery plan

Project risks log

Risk register

Risk profile

Requirements and specifications for project deliverables

Business analysis

Project Steering

Programme review procedure

Process work plan

Process flow chart

Financial management of projects

Requirements for the various components of the projectOrganisational structure – For how needs the project and by what person.

Analysts – recognised you need to be able to provide due diligence on the cost of the project.

Analysts can be internal or external to the organisation. The working relationship with them can be an interesting mix. You need to establish at an early stage how you see your role. If the analyst wants access to the organisation you may be required to relinquish some organisational control.

The requirements set out by the analysts are projected through use of a matrix. The matrix provides a “mixed bag” of various inputs to provide a structured Summary of the project. It is in a matrix that the project will be recommended to the management Steering / program committee.

Since the project is referred to the business it is necessary to be able to provide clear financial justification to all stakeholders in the exceptionally high profile, performance and long-term funding of a project.

Project management consists of planning, organizing, directing and controlling all required elements of a project to ensure its fulfillment.