The Centre for Project Management Practice hosted a debate on one of the most discussed topics in current project management research and practice today, ‘To PRINCE2 or not to PRINCE2’ held on Wednesday 3rd June at ABS.
PRINCE2 is claimed by many as the de facto global standard for project management methodologies though this claim is in hot dispute. Organisations such as the UK Governments Office of Government Commerce (OGC) who own and promote PRINCE2, DHL, Ideal Standard, EG Solutions, HSBC, RBS Insurance, Turner Townsend, Warwickshire Police, West Midlands Police and many more were amongst the sixty delegates that attended the session. Andy Murray (Lead author of PRINCE2 representing the OGC) and Harvey Maylor (Director of International Centre for Programme Management at Cranfield University) went head to head on their views on PRINCE2 and left it to the audience to make up their minds and to vote at the end of the debate.
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