Project Management

COPARGO conveys from immediate knowledge about all changes of the new version of the project management method of Dreieich, 04.08.2009. Now find accredited training organisation COPARGO GmbH, Dreieich, training on the basis of the new version PRNCE2: 2009 instead. The best-practice method for project management \”projects in controlled environments\” (PRINCE2) their most extensive revision since its release in 1996 underwent. The new version simplifies the method and reduces their size. The APM Group responsible for the change in has thus responded to the requirements and developments in the modern project management. The user friendliness of PRINCE2 was significantly improved, at the same time the most important contents are preserved. Thus, the objective of modernizing the method and parallel-to-bureaucracy, has been achieved. Learn more about this with baby clothes.

The content of the training in COPARGO were already adapted to the new version. All future exams and certificates of base supply Foundation and the advanced course practitioner can already based on by PRINCE2: 2009 filed and issued. The new PRINCE2 Manual is slim and includes only 60 percent of the pages of his predecessor. Also the number of processes has been reduced from eight to seven. Inconsistencies and unnecessary detail of sub processes have been cleaned up. The new version uses only 26 instead of the 36 management products.

To do this, also a completely new chapter was recorded. It is busy, how PRINCE2 can be adapted to different project environments. As PRINCE2 is even more flexible. The new manual was published in English, the German translation will appear in the autumn of this year. COPARGO project managers, who have already qualified according to PRINCE2, includes the possibility of a one-day upgrade training to bring themselves up to date. The already acquired Foundation certificates remain still fully valid. For the practitioner certificate, a re-registration to the current version in the renewal will be charged at least every five years.