University of Exeter
Managing Project Phases, Implementing PRINCE2
MindGenius is so easy to use and so adaptable, that it has been widely adopted throughout the University for a myriad of purposes, of which these are only two examples.
Senior Project Manager
University Change Team share how they use MindGenius to apply PRINCE2
We have recently documented how MindGenius is used by students for studying and to help facilitate collaborative learning sessions. This month we are looking at how the Change Team at Exeter University are using MindGenius with the help of Dick Leitch, Senior Project Manager:
The Change Team provide training courses in project management and change management, coaching in a wide range of areas including risk assessment and management and are responsible for managing the major “initiatives” carried out in the University.
These initiatives include most of the Universities New System procurement and implementation projects. Projects currently underway include, implementing a new Post Graduate Research management system and the implementation of Microsoft SharePoint for document management of financial documents such as supplier invoices, staff and student expense claims, and Cashiers documentation.
Example 1 Sharepoint Document Management Project broken down into phases with actions and resources added.
Example 2 Sharepoint Document Management Project in MindGenius Gantt
Dick believes this simplifies the process, as after the Gantt view button is clicked, all that is required to complete the GANTT chart is to link activities to indicate the dependencies.
The team has also found MindGenius helpful for stakeholder analysis an example of which is shown below (not University example for privacy issues):
|Example 3 Stakeholder Analysis Map
Available to download at the end of the article
|Example 4 Importance/ Impact Matrix|
Dick said: "MindGenius is so easy to use and so adaptable, that it has been widely adopted throughout the University for a myriad of purposes, of which these are only two examples."