Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2® 2009 Edition

Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2® 2009 Edition

Book By AXELOS

£75.00
5CPD Points
Description

PRINCE2® (Projects in a Controlled Environment) is part of the Global Best Practice suite of publications, which helps organizations and individuals manage their projects, programmes and services consistently and effectively. It is a structured project management method based on experience drawn from thousands of project practitioners sponsors, trainers, and academics worldwide.

Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 provides clear step-by-step guidance on applying PRINCE2 to achieve effective project management and measurable business benefits.

It will be particularly useful for new project managers wishing to learn about project management generally and about PRINCE2 in particular. Experienced project professionals, and anyone considering introducing PRINCE2, will benefit from the detailed best-practice and governance guidance held within this invaluable resource.

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Details
Number of pages: 327
ISBN: 9780113310593
Dimensions: 125mm x 280mm
Price: £75.00
Format: Book
Publication Date: 8 Jun 2009
Availability: In stock - 1-2 days
Reviews
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Sonja Stevanovic 3 November 2015
The feedback from the clients was always very positive and key project milestones have been achieved , realising projected business benefits.
James Hayward 27 January 2016
Found the book a little difficult to navigate until I completed a marking up exercise.
Spiros 14 July 2016
Since I purchased this Book (Dec 2014) and certified (Feb 2015) - I have always this book on my desk.
Daniel Wilson 6 August 2016
A very useful additional resource when studying for the foundation & Practitioner exams
Soojin Park 15 January 2017
I have successfully completed this course and passed prince2 practitioner exam
Neil Walker 21 February 2017
Required for latest project at client. Successful approval of Business Case for new £1.8m project, following extensive stakeholder engagement and supplier management. Fitting in a portfolio of technology projects with multiple interdependencies