Watch a brief review of the seven principles covered in PRINCE2®: continued business justification, learn from experience, defined roles and responsibilities, manage by stages, manage by exception, focus on products, and tailor to suit the project.
and looked at a lot of different projects, … and they started asking two main questions. … First, why did this project succeed, … and second, why did this other project fail? … As they went back and looked at all of these projects, … they started finding commonality about them, … and when they looked at all those commonalities … they started developing these best practices, … These are the seven key principles to having a project … that is more likely to succeed. … In PRINCE2, everything else is built on top … of these seven principles. … What are these seven principles you might wonder? … Well, they are the continued business justification, … learn from experience, defined roles and responsibilities, … manage by stages, manage by exception, … focus on products, and tailor to suit … the project environment. … Now, we're going to talk about each of these in this lecture, … so you can understand what their purpose is … and why they're important to our project. … The first is continued business justification. …
- The principles, themes, and processes covered in PRINCE2®
- What’s agile?
- The basics of the scrum, kanban, and Lean Startup processes
- Blending PRINCE2® and agile
- Principles, themes, and agile
- Managing the seven processes
Skill Level Beginner
Exam Tips: PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitionerwith Claudine Peet32m 49s Intermediate
1. About This Course and the Exam
2. Overview of PRINCE2®
3. Introduction to Agile
4. Blending PRINCE2® and Agile
5. Principles, Themes, and Agile
6. Seven Processes and Agile
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