Management of risk

• configuration management;

The following list provides a convenient structure that we will use to explain PRINCE 2:

• organization;

• documentation;

'This appendix will not explore the supplementary techniques where the PRINCE 2 manual lays dow n some basic requirements. We do not describe these areas in detail since there is sufficient material elsewhere in this book. They include:

• risk management;

• quality management;

• configuration management;

• change control

Below, we will outline the general approach to planning that PRINCE 2 advocates. It w ill be noted that PRINCE 2. compared, for example, to SSADM, is rather light in its description of techniques. It is stronger in its rules for the project management structures that should be adopted. In our view, its main focus is on the project as an information system. Project management information is identified and the procedures by which the various elements of this information are created, processed and used are described at some length. This project information is mainly associated w ith the delivery of products, in a controlled environment, resulting in benefits to the business.

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