MSP® represents proven programme management good practices in the successful delivery of transformational change, through the application of programme management. MSP® defines programme management as "the action of carrying out the coordinated organization, direction and implementation of a dossier or projects and transformational activities to achieve outcomes and realise benefits of strategic importance to the business." MSP® has been used and adopted within many organizations. The experiences of those who have adopted programme management have provided invaluable inputs into the latest edition of the guide, which is published in 2011.
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) is a 5 day training course, which covers the
syllabi for foundation and practitioner exam levels for Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®)
method and includes the exams.
You will gain an understanding and knowledge of the processes and principles of the method to act as a programme manager. Class sizes are kept small to facilitate better interactions and discussions.
The MSP® framework is based on three core concepts
Managing Successful Programmes is definitive guidance in managing inter-related projects as a co-ordinated programme of business change in order to manage risks and benefits more effectively. Managing Successful Programmes is widely adopted in the public and private sectors, and developed by a consortium of over 100 organizations including from within services industries.
Along with the other Programme and Project Management guidance available from OGC and OGC's partners, MSP® aims to: