Join Claudine Peet for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing a stage boundary, part of Learning PRINCE2.
- At some point, a stage you're working in…will come to an end.…And it's important to ensure that you have summarized…what has been done…and compare this to what you had planned to do.…At this point, it's also helpful to look ahead…at what needs to be done in the next stage of the project.…You'll need to use the process called…Managing a Stage Boundary to do this.…It summarizes how a stage has performed…and then prepares the detail for the next stage.…Ideally, these activities are performed…as close as possible to the end of a stage,…usually, when a current work package is…either nearing the end,…or there are no further work packages to delegate.…
There's a number of activities you'll have to undertake,…and the first is to plan the next stage.…This activity focuses on creating a plan…for the next stage of the project.…It's likely that the Project Manager will collaborate…with the teams or the Team Managers…to discuss how much work is involved…in creating the deliverables…for the next stage…and also defining the specifications for these.…
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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