Clarifying Some Key Points
Here are some notes on a few aspects of the process to help you revise. This section picks up on areas where you may be having a bit of difficulty, or where you may think your understanding is insufficiently clear. Have a look at each heading and perhaps the first sentence of each point. If you think you’re not having problems, that’s great: you can skip that section. If you think the heading pinpoints something where you’re not clear or you want to be absolutely sure you’ve got it right, then read on in that section.
Getting an overview of Initiating a Project
In a nutshell, this process:
Marks the start of the project. The project begins as the process Initiating a Project begins.
Covers the production of the Project Initiation Documentation (PID).
Covers the production of the Project Plan, which forms a section of the PID.
Is primarily the responsibility of the Project Manager, although the Project Manager also consults other people, including Project Board members (something that isn’t conveyed by the main process model for PRINCE2).
Calls the process ...