Programmes do vary in nature and degree of change. Examples may include: managing the development and delivery of new products and services; or wide-scale changes to infrastructure and business systems; facilitating the adoption of new behaviours and working procedures; or management of broad-scale transformational change that combines the above examples. Programmes directly support delivery of corporate strategy.
Programme management can then be described as the coordination of a collection of related projects and activities aimed at achieving key strategic objectives.
MSP – Managing Successful Programmes, is the world’s leading programme management standard. With its defined processes and roles it is designed to help programme teams deliver projects and realise benefits that directly contribute to strategic objectives.
MSP Foundation and MSP Practitioner certification can be attained by attending a HiLogic MSP accredited training course and successfully completing the MSP exams at the completion of the training.
HiLogic is an MSP Accredited Training Organisation.