Avoid PINO syndrome by adopting a tailor-made approach to PRINCE2

Many organizations encounter problems when introducing PRINCE2 and often ending up with PINO (PRINCE2 in Name Only). What makes it so difficult to implement this popular project management methodology? In this article I focus on the possibilities of tailoring the method to your project and embedding it into any organization. PINO happens because PRINCE2 has been insufficiently adapted to the specific situation in the organization. Having standard templates for the Project Initiation Documentation doesn’t automatically mean you work according to PRINCE2. You can find the complete article at pmtoday or in the Box folder ‘Prince2 in practice’, name PINO0610

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One response to “Avoid PINO syndrome by adopting a tailor-made approach to PRINCE2

  1. Your observation is supported by the wider practice of innovation practice that notes that there is better uptake and benefit if the innovation is adapted to meet the context. Enjoyed the post.

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