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Prince2 Methodology

Each of the 7 processes are shown by the large coloured rectangles. These are: Directing a Project, Starting Up a Project, Initiating a Project, Controlling a Stage, Managing a Stage Boundary, Managing Product Delivery and Closing a Project.

The diagram above shows the 7 PRINCE2 processes. These are the large coloured rectangles on the diagram. Inside each process rectangle are smaller rectangles representing each activity which occurs within the process. Each rectangle also lists the products (or outputs) or the process.

The diagram does not show the details of where every management product gets updated, because the diagram would become too complex by doing this. Instead, the diagram focuses on where the products are created, reviewed and approved and the most important updates

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