What is stage plan in PRINCE2?
Stage Plans outline the products to be delivered, the required resources, sometimes the activities if required. The Stage Plans should also incldue the specific controls that will be used to show progress and and allow the level above the monitor progress against a baseline.
How long does it take to complete PRINCE2 practitioner?
How long does a PRINCE2® 6th Edition Practitioner qualification take? Like the Foundation course, it takes most students two to three days to complete the PRINCE2 Practitioner course if they choose the full-time classroom route.
What are the 7 principles of PRINCE2?
The 7 principles of PRINCE2
- Continued Business Justification:
- Learn from Experience:
- Defined Roles and Responsibilities:
- Manage by Stages:
- Manage by Exception:
- Focus on Products:
- Tailor to Suit the Project Environment:
Which is one of the three levels of plan in PRINCE2?
It is therefore a good idea to have different levels of plans; PRINCE2 recommends three levels. The three types of plan are: Project Plan, Stage Plan and Team Plans. The Project Plan is used at the Direction Level and therefore is used by the Project Board.
What do you need to know for PRINCE2 practitioner exam?
The Practitioner Exam requires you to have a strong base knowledge of PRINCE2 and of how PRINCE2 can be applied and tailored in different circumstances. During the exams you will be applying PRINCE2 to a given scenario – so you have to take the project scenario into account when answering the questions, otherwise you may answer incorrectly.
What are the three levels of plan in PRINCE2?
In PRINCE2, there are three levels of plan: Project Plan: Used mainly by the Project Board but also the Project Manager Stage Plan: This is the day to day plan for a Project Manager during a stage. Team Plan: Created and used by the Team Manager
What is the purpose of the initiation stage in PRINCE2?
PRINCE2 states that the project can have as many delivery stages as is appropriate. The main purpose of the initiation stage is to create the project initiation documentation (PID), and using the process ‘managing a stage boundary’, to create the next stage plan. The initiation stage plan must therefore contain the information to create these.
When to use product based planning in PRINCE2?
PRINCE2 will use the product based planning technique at the start of creating the next Stage Plan (or exception plan if needed), and then add other aspects of the document such as activities, resources, controls and so on.