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A Case Study on Implementation of Prince2 Methodology In Automotive Industry In Malaysia
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Author(s)
Saima Saad, Abdullah Ibrahim, Omme Asma and Muhmmad Saad Khan
KEYWORDS
Automotive industry, prince2 methodology, project management
ABSTRACT
Operations & Management division is the backbone of any corporate organization and it is the key factor to improve the performance of the industry. Global competition of automotive industry required well-organized project management in each area for satisfaction of customer and quality. The new approach of Project Management is Project Management PRINCE2 (PMP2), is the generic framework, which is design to suit every type of project in industry. Therefore, the aim of this research is to investigate the impact of project management prince2 methodology in Malaysian automotive industry. PRINCE2 is a structured method for effective project management. PRINCE2 has established in UK as generic, process based approach to project management. In view of the fact that its emphasis on, the dividing the project into manageable and controllable stages. This research will encourage the implementation of Prince2 methodology in automotive industry of Malaysia. Additionally, it will encourage the prospect utilizations of PMP2, which ultimately improve the human performance in automotive industry.
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