PRINCE2 is the world’s most popular project management method. It combines 7 principles, themes and processes that deliver structure and clarity for any project.
These seven principles are the basis for a PRINCE2 mindset, which is essential to project success. The methodology’s 7 processes compose a project from start to finish.
It’s a logo
PRINCE2 is a process-based project management method that has become the de-facto standard for projects of all sizes and complexities across the globe. Its sexy-looking acronym, the PIMMS, is a bit of a buzz-word. To celebrate this, we’re proud to present the PRINCE2 Logo of the day, which can be downloaded in Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format below for free. We hope you enjoy it! If you’d like more information about our services, please get in touch.
It’s a symbol
The PRINCE2 Logo is a symbol of years of best practice in project management. It is a process-based approach that is adaptable to all projects, regardless of their size and complexity. It helps to keep projects organised throughout the lifecycle and ensures that they meet business requirements, enabling them to move forward at pace. It is used worldwide and has become the de-facto standard for project management in the UK and across many other nations. It is also the official method of project management in the United Kingdom government departments and in the United Nations systems. Its methods are used to manage complex projects, such as infrastructure and IT development, with the help of professional project managers. It is free to use and is a trademark of AXELOS, a joint venture company between the UK government and Capita.
It’s a font
The PRINCE2 logo isn’t exactly the most sexy of logos, but it is the most recognizable. It is also one of the most easily recognizable in print, if you are in the market for project management software or a PRINCE2 certified instructor. The name is derived from the acronym for PRINCE, the popular process-based project management framework that has been around since the 1960s and remains a top-rated choice among its practitioners today. It’s also the most widely adopted project management methodology of all time, spanning over a decade of industry changes in the UK and overseas.
It’s a colour
When you look at the PRINCE2 logo, you will see that it is a colour. The colours are designed to represent the different aspects of a project. This is because there are two kinds of products in a project; Specialist products and Management products. The specialist products are handed over to a user, and the management products are created for managing the project.
Both products have their own purpose and are designed to help the Project Manager achieve this. In a PRINCE2 project, the customer and supplier organisations are represented on the Project Board. The customer will specify what products the project needs and will pay for them because it deems that they are worth the investment (the business case theme) and the supplier will deliver those products to the level of quality specified by the customer. The project manager will provide regular reports on the project’s progress to the project board.