What is MSP (Managing Successful Programmes)?

Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) is far from a generic set of project management practices and principles. Used effectively, it can be applied to any programme, regardless of size, sector, industry or location enabling organizations to achieve high-priority business goals on time.

Published: Friday, February 15, 2019

While it may sound like generic advice, the MSP methodology is anything but simple theory. It is based on the experience and best practices of program managers from a range of industries and sectors. As a result, MSP is both comprehensive and widely applicable, allowing users to use the framework for virtually any program. This makes the flexibility of MSP an essential feature. Thousands of companies use MSP, including GlaxoSmithKline, BT and even the Ministry of Defence!

In this short video, Mike from Good e-Learning gives a complete overview of ‘Managing Successful Programmes’, better known as MSP. A highly regarded and widely used framework for program management.

Good e-Learning is a leading online training course provider. Our MSP Foundation and Practitioner courses offer easily accessible and highly engaging training, ensuring that users can enjoy studying MSP even on mobile phones and tablets. Thanks to our in-house team of experts, we are able to offer top-tier training at competitive prices.

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