How a health sector NGO in West Africa transformed its project delivery capability using PRINCE2 Agile Case Study

Alim Ozcan and Victor Fashoro

November 2020

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eHealth Africa is a non-governmental organization focused on improving health systems in Africa. Previously, eHealth Africa used several frameworks, which were not integrated with each another. As the organization grew, the lack of harmonization between the various frameworks resulted in inconsistencies in the project approach. eHealth Africa decided to improve its project delivery capability by introducing best practice based on the PRINCE2 Agile methods.

This paper will explore how eHealth Africa standardized their project deliver processes, by embarking on a programme of training, adoption, and embedding of best practice based on the PRINCE2 Agile method.

Introduction
Background
Aims and objectives
Implementation roadmap
Summary of the scope of the delivery plan
The Agilometer
Challenges and solutions
Outcomes and benefits realized
Ongoing improvements
Summary
About the authors
Acknowledgements
Further reading
About AXELOS
Trade marks and statements
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