Repeatability Implementation

The ceremony was the culmination of this year’s annual meeting of the PRINCE2 Germany e.V., which stood under the motto of ‘Project management in the 21st century’. Frankfurt, November 16, 2010. I’m very happy and very proud! I accept the award on behalf for all colleagues, who supported me with their valuable work have. “, cheered the happy winner of the PRINCE2 best practice awards, Claudia Moyzes by Konica Minolta Business Solutions Germany GmbH. “Their project PR OMPT m” (PRINCE2 optimized project management for Konica Minolta BD) method and its extraordinarily successful project completion was been awarded with 1st place due to his outstanding integration of PRINCE2 . “Ambitious target of PR OMPT m” it is nationwide to standardize various Konica Minolta project processes and thereby to simplify. IE introduction of a uniform methodology defining workflows, a uniform understanding of the interface, the assurance of quality and Repeatability, an efficient resource planning and control, as well as professional controlling this standardisation process should be ensured. The jury was convinced by the effective implementation of the principle of product orientation and ongoing, business justification, and by demonstrating the benefits of PRINCE2.

Fraport AG was ranked second with their project of OSCAR”(object scan in clear areas). This impressed the jury with the implementation of the theme of risk management and communication management strategy as well as the implementation of the principle of defined roles and responsibilities”. Project basis by OSCAR”is the new air security law, which redefined the requirements on the safety of lifts of the new gate A-plus at Frankfurt airport. Passengers control different levels of different security levels by elevator. The new challenge is that the elevators is then obtained from one level to another, if a sensory test on abandoned people or Items is done. The aim is to create a working system with low susceptibility and is required to achieve an extremely high detection rate of non desired objects.