Monthly Archives: April 2016

PRINCE2® 20 Years On published on 26/04/2016 by Maya Eadie

PRINCE2® 20 Years On John Edmonds takes a fresh look at PRINCE2 and concludes that its value still lies in being a universal principles-based project management method, capable of being applied regardless of project type, organisation, geography or culture. “With its common language and global reach PRINCE2 still works! I continue to regularly deliver PRINCE2

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The Seven Principles of Managing Successful Programmes published on 15/04/2016 by John Edmonds

  The Seven Principles of Managing Successful Programmes Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) is a best-practice framework for delivering complex programmes in accordance with long term strategies. It was developed in recognition of the need for greater links between an organization’s longer-term strategy, objectives and goals and the projects being undertaken by that organization. MSP defines

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Measuring project success – what really counts published on 01/04/2016 by John Edmonds

            Tens of thousands of passengers’ bags stacked high in temporary storage, scuffles breaking out between staff and customers and the Olympic torch having to be re-routed. The stories that came out of Heathrow’s Terminal 5 launch seemed to pile on the misery – they became project folklore. What lessons

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