PRINCE2 is the world's most widely-adopted project management method. It is used by people and organizations in a range of different industries. PRINCE2 (an acronym for Projects in Controlled Environments) is basically a de facto process-based method for effective project management.
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This test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Whiteboard Questions, Audio/Video Questions, LogicBox (AI-based essay evaluation), Job-based Simulations, True or False Questions, etc.
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You are managing a software development project using Prince2. After which of the stages given below, should you confirm the benefits of the project?
One of the most important steps tasks in the project's lifecycle that is being managed in Prince2 is to maintain the Business Case. Which of the following options is not an example of the same?
Select the correct option regarding the statements given below.
A) The best time to update a Business Case is at the beginning of a stage.
B) You will have the actual cost of the last stage and the updated cost of this stage at the beginning of this stage.