Proceed through the ProPath learning pathway and get yourself on a professional path in Project / Programme / Portfolio / Risk Management
Programme Management is the discipline of managing a series of related projects, known collectively as a programme.
The successful management of a programme requires a specific set of leadership and management skills that go beyond the discipline of project management.
The internationally recognised Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) course focuses on the key skills and knowledge required by programme managers to effectively deliver a successful programme.
Particular attention is paid to the challenges that are often encountered by programme managers.
MSP® is used as the best practise methodology for managing programmes by the Office of Government Commerce (UK) and the United Nations.
The purpose of the MSP® Practitioner certification is to confirm whether you understand the MSP® guidance well enough to apply it to your own work and are able to act as an informed member of a programme management team. That is, someone who is responsible for managing, leading, supporting or advising on work within an MSP® environment. You should also be capable of applying the MSP® guidance in a relatively uncomplicated programme within an environment that uses MSP®.
What you will learn
MSP® is written primarily for those who are involved in the direction, management, support and delivery of programmes. Including:
- Programme Managers
- Business Change Managers
- Programme Office staff.
- Programme Directors
- Senior Responsible Owners
- All Programme Sponsors