Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) is a definitive framework for managing inter-related projects/activities as a coordinated programme for effecting changes and …
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) is a definitive framework for managing inter-related projects/activities as a coordinated programme for effecting changes and to obtain business benefits. MSP® is widely adopted in public and private sectors, and has been developed by a consortium of organizations, including services industries.
iCert Globals 4 day MSP® workshop is APMG accredited whereby the participant will gain an understanding and knowledge of the processes and principles of the method to act as a Programme Manager with a coherent project portfolio, or to act as a member of a Programme Office.
What is MSP®?
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) represents proven programme management good practice in the successful delivery of transformational change through the application of programme management.
MSP has been used and adopted within many organizations both within the public and private sectors. The experiences of those who have adopted programme management have provided invaluable inputs into the core publication, ‘Managing Successful Programmes’.
It provides a framework whereby large, complex change can be broken down into manageable, inter-related projects. For those managing this overall delivery the principles of programme management are key to delivering on time and within budget.
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) comprises a set of principles and processes for use when managing a programme. It is founded on best practice although it is not prescriptive. It is very flexible and designed to be adapted to meet the needs of local circumstances.
MSP® Key Capabilities
- Support business outcomes
- Enable business change
- Optimize customer experience
- Continually improve
- Manage risk in line with business need
Purpose of the Foundation Qualification
The purpose of the foundation qualification is to determine whether a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the MSP® guidance to interact effectively with those involved in the management of a programme or act as an informed member of a programme office, business change team or project delivery team working within an environment supporting MSP®.
The foundation qualification is also a pre-requisite for the practitioner qualification.
Members of a programme office, business change team members, project delivery team members, anyone who needs to understand the terminology and concepts underpinning MSP® and those wishing to pursue higher level qualifications (e.g. programme managers, business change managers (BCMs) and senior responsible owners (SROs).
- Multiple choice questions
- 75 questions per paper with one mark available per question
- Five questions to be trial and not counted in scores
- 35 marks required to pass (out of 70 marks available) – 50%
- 60 minutes duration
- Closed book.
Purpose of the Practitioner Qualification
The purpose of the practitioner qualification is to determine whether a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the MSP® guidance to apply the guidance to their own work and, hence, act as an informed member of a programme management team. That is, someone responsible for managing, leading, supporting or advising on work within an MSP environment. Candidates should be capable of applying the MSP® guidance in a relatively uncomplicated programme within an environment that uses MSP®.
This level is also a prerequisite for programme management professionals progressing toward the advanced practitioner qualification, and those aspiring to become programme management professionals in the future.
Project managers, BCMs, experts and advisers working within a programme office and other specialist/governance roles involved in supporting programmes following the MSP guidance together with those wishing to pursue higher level qualifications (e.g. programme managers). This level is also suitable for SROs.
- Objective testing
- Eight questions per paper, 80 marks available in total
- 40 marks required to pass – 50%
- Two-and-a-half hours duration
- Open book (only the MSP® Guide is allowed).
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