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|These templates are based on product descriptions given in the PRINCE2 manual ‘Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2’, third | |edition 2002, published by The Stationery Office. Quotations from the PRINCE2 manual are shown in red. | |Help and guidance on using the basic templates are provided by METHODIKA and shown in blue. | |PRINCE2 needs to be tailored before use. You can use these templates as a starting point and tailor them to meet your needs. You may| |need help. Call us at METHODIKA; tell us your plans and get a no-obligation quote for: | |Tailoring PRINCE2 to meet your needs | |Getting the method into use – establishing a standard | |Supporting your team as they use the method | |Turning theory into practice | |Call METHODIKA on 01803 559285 or email firstname.lastname@example.org |
|A.24 Project Initiation Document | |A.24.1 Purpose | |To define the project, to form the basis for its management and the assessment of overall success. | |There are two primary uses of the document: | |To ensure that the project has a sound basis before asking the Project Board to make any major commitment to the project | |To act as a base document against which the Project Board and Project Manager can assess progress, change management issues, and | |ongoing viability questions. | |A.24.4 Quality criteria | |Does the document correctly represent the project? | |Does it show a viable, achievable project that is in line with corporate strategy, or overall programme needs? | |Is the project organisation structure complete, with names and titles? | |Have all the roles been considered? | |Does it clearly show a control, reporting and direction regime that is implementable, and appropriate to the scale, business risk | |and business importance of the project? | |Is the project organisation structure backed up by agreed and signed job descriptions? | |Are the relationships and lines of authority clear?...