Join Claudine Peet for an in-depth discussion in this video Business case, part of Learning PRINCE2.
- So, why do we do projects?…To deliver something new, maybe?…To fix something that isn't working?…Or, because maybe legislation has dictated it.…Whatever the reason for a project,…it still has to make sound business sense.…In a PRINCE2 project, it's really important…to establish a need for the project,…and this, in turn, will provide the justification…for proceeding with the project.…Imagine a situation where you may be considering…whether the cost of installing solar roof panels…is going to be worth the investment in your home.…
Maybe the investment to install them is significant,…but great savings could be made from a reduction…in your current electricity bills.…At what point in time can you confidently say…that you have made a return on your investments?…Maybe the savings you generate…cancel out the investment in year four or five.…Now, does that sound more or less attractive to you?…Your organization is no different,…if they are providing you with a significant investment…to make improvements or introduce something new,…
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- Tailoring PRINCE2 for your projects
- Understanding the themes: quality, risk, change, and more
- Initiating a project
- Managing stages
- Delivering a product
- Closing a project