Strengthening the individual performance to contribute to an organisation’s common goals – with this idea in mind, five employees of TSCNET Services recently have taken part in a two-day PRINCE2 Foundation course. PRINCE2, an acronym for PRojects IN Controlled Environments, is the name of a widely used de facto process-based method for effective project management, emphasising the power of clear and efficient communication. It applies to all types of projects. The course with a very international atmosphere was designed to get a firm understanding of how to successfully manage projects and control change on them. It took place in the heart of Munich, Germany, and was followed by the certificate exam for all five delegates.
To fully meet the requirements as a European Regional Security Coordinator (RSC), TSCNET Services usually runs several projects in parallel on a continuous basis. Many of them are highly complex and technically very challenging. They all must be managed in time, within budget, and at the required high level of quality within the TSCNET project management framework. As Denis Waitley, the American motivational speaker, writer and consultant, said: “Expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised.”
Martin Mach, Data Quality Manager at TSCNET, has participated in the course and passed the exam. “Getting a detailed overview of all the PRINCE2 principles, processes and themes helps us to organise resources, manage costs and quality, and cope with project risks,” he says. With him and his four co-workers being in the vanguard, project management best practices will redound to the benefit of the whole company. A PRINCE ennobles all the clan …