PRINCE2 Diagrams

PRINCE2 Diagrams

Here are our main PRINCE2 diagrams that our students find very useful to prepare for both the PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner exams. All diagrams provide a simple overview of PRINCE2

  1. PRINCE2 Project Model Diagram: PDF
    • This diagram is used in our PRINCE2 introduction course
    • It is based on the PRINCE2 Process Model
    • See the free PRINCE2 introduction course for more information: Link
  2. PRINCE2 Timeline Diagram: PDF
    • This diagram gives  a timeline overview of a PRINCE2 project
    • It make it much easier to see how the processes relate to each other
    • We recommend you to watch the PRINCE2 Timeline video: Link
  3. PRINCE2 Product Map: PDF
    • This diagram provides and overview of all the PRINCE2 documents
  4. PRINCE2 Product Map and Timeline Slides: PDF
    • This diagrams combines both the Timeline and Product Map Diagram
    • It shows the PRINCE2 documents per process

 

PRINCE2 Process Model Diagram

PRINCE2 Process Model

 

PRINCE2 Timeline Diagram

PRINCE2 Timeline

 

PRINCE2 Product Map

The PRINCE2 Product Map

 

PRINCE2 Timeline & Product Map

PRINCE2-Product-Map-Timeline-Slide

 

PRINCE2 Processes

A process is a structured set of activities designed to accomplish a specific objective. PRINCE2 has activities for Starting Up a Project, running a project, and many others. It groups these into processes.

PRINCE2 is a process-based approach for project management. There are 7 processes that guide you through the project, and each provides a set of activities. These activities help to direct, manage and deliver a project, and are described in the PRINCE2 manual. Like any process, a PRINCE2 process takes one or more inputs, acts on them, and provides defined outputs.

The 7 PRINCE2 process are:

  • Starting Up a Project (SU)
  • Initiating a Project (IP)
  • Directing a Project (DP)
  • Controlling a Stage CS)
  • Managing Product Delivery (MP)
  • Managing a Stage Boundary (SB)
  • Closing a Project (CP)

Link to PRINCE2.Wiki:  PRINCE2 Processes : Link 

PRINCE2 Project Lifecycle overview: Link