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* PRINCE2 is strong on governance. Generally more strategic. Not used for Product Management. Good baseline product management.
 
* PRINCE2 is strong on governance. Generally more strategic. Not used for Product Management. Good baseline product management.
PMBOK says nothing about governance. Focuses on assets.
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* PMBOK says nothing about governance. Focuses on assets.
MSP (Managing Successful Programs)
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Revision as of 16:30, 12 February 2012

ACTIVE DOCUMENTATION
  • Project Management

Projects are the means by which an organisation brings about change. Projects are temporary with start and end dates. Most projects are unique. Usually with fixed budgets with a measure of tolerance. Change via projects need to be controlled/managed.

  • PRINCE2 is strong on governance. Generally more strategic. Not used for Product Management. Good baseline product management.
  • PMBOK says nothing about governance. Focuses on assets.
  • MSP (Managing Successful Programs)


Project Methodology Matrix

There are many many project management methodoligies. Project size, project nature, stakeholders, budgets, risk profiles, project interfaces will determine the type of project methodology to use. Some Project methods are:

Project Methodology Suitability
# Project Methodology Schedule Quality Time Cost Phases Project Size Comments
1 PRINCE2 Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4


2 PMBOK Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4
3 SDLC Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4
4 Waterfall Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4
5

Agile

Y N Y N N M, L 1,2,3,4
6 RUP Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4
7 CMMI Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4
8 ITIL Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4


9 SixSigma Y Y Y Y Y M, L 1,2,3,4


  • Small - < 12months
  • Medium - > 12months >1M
  • Large - > 12months


Documentation


Tools

  • Project Diagrams


Links