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What is the first process used when starting a project?

SU = Starting a Project

What is the first stage of a project?

IP= Initiating a Project. (Remember SU is not a stage!).

Which process is used to control a stage?

CS = Controlling a stage (Project manager).

Which process deals with product delivery?

MP = Managing Product Delivery (usually Subject Matter Expert).

Which process is used to move from one stage to the next (apart from the final stage).

SB = Managing a stage boundary.

Which process is used to move from one stage to the next (apart from the final stage).

SB = Managing a stage boundary.

How many processes are there?

Seven

Which process is used to move from one stage to the next (apart from the final stage).

SB = Managing a stage boundary.

How many processes are there?

Seven

Which process is used in all stages by the PM?

DP = Directing a Project

What process is used for planned and unplanned project closure?

CP = Closing a project

How many roles are possible?

Nine possible roles

Name the roles possible within PRINCE2

Executive


Senior user


Senior supplier


Project board


Project assurance and change authority


Project manager


Project support


Team member / manager

What are the seven principles?

Business justification


Learn from experience


Define roles and responsibilities


Use of stages


Manage by exception


Products


Tailoring

What are the seven themes?

Business case


Risk


Organisation


Quality


Plans


Change


Progress

What are the two techniques described by PRINCE2?

Product Based Planning


Quality Review