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7 PRINCE2 Processes

There are 7 PRINCE2 processes in PRINCE2 that should be undertaken for each project. They are:

  1. Starting up a Project – provides activities for you to manage the pre-project phase effectively.
  2. Initiating a Project – the planning of the project. Here you will give the project detailed thought so the Project Board can decide if the project is justified.
  3. Directing a Project – this describes the activities of the key decision makers in the project – the Project Board.
  4. Controlling a Stage – describes the activities of the Project Manager. It covers the activities you would carry out to control the work supporting teams are carrying out to deliver the products and how the project manager deals with issues and risks and reports to the Project Board.
  5. Managing Product Delivery – the activities of the Team Manager – the person responsible for delivering the products of the project.
  6. Managing a Stage Boundary – how to we progress from one stage to the next. This process describes  the activities the Project Manager will carry out to enable the Project Board to confirm continuation of the project.
  7. Closing a Project – projects should have a controlled start, middle and END. The activities of Closing a Project allow this to be achieved.