Value of Teaching PRINCE2 Project Management Methodology
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As project management evolves as a field of practice, companies are now realizing that their entire business, including most of the routine activities, can be regarded as a series of projects. Simply stated, businesses are managing their transformations by projects.
There are a number of accepted approaches to project management, the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and Projects in Controlled Environments Version 2 (PRINCE2) being two of the most important. Recently there has been considerable interest in Agile Project Management.
Joslin and Muller (2015) found that there was a positive relationship between the use of project management methodologies such as PMBOK and PRINCE2 and project success. These are described as project management “best practices” by the respective “owners” which are the Project Management Institute (PMI) and AXELOS, respectively.
The teaching and learning of project management...
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