MSP® Certification - Managing Successful Programmes
Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) was developed as a best practice guide on Programme Management. The guide comprises a set of Principles and a set of Processes for use when managing a programme.
MSP represents proven programme management best practice in the successful delivery of transformational change through the application of programme management.
MSP is very flexible and designed to be adapted to meet the needs of local circumstances.
The MSP framework is based on three core concepts:
- MSP Principles. These are derived from positive and negative lessons learned from programme experiences. They are the common factors that underpin the success of any transformational change
- MSP Governance Themes. These define an organization's approach to programme management. They allow an organization to put in place the right leadership, delivery team, organization structures and controls, giving the best chance for success
- MSP Transformational Flow. This provides a route through the lifecycle of a programme from its conception through to the delivery of the new capability, outcomes and benefits.
Practitioner and Advanced Practitioner Re-Registration
All MSP Practitioners and/or Advanced Practitioners should be re-registered within 3-5 calendar years of their original certification. Find out more about the MSP® Re-Registration Examination.
The following title is available from APMG-Business Books.
Managing Successful Programmes 2011 Edition
Customers in Australia and New Zealand can purchase directly from our Australasia Office.
View our APMG-International MSP Certification Interactive Brochure for further information on the certification scheme.
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Qualification Scheme Update
The MSP Qualification Scheme has been amended inline with the updated version of the Managing Successful Programmes guide.
Currently, candidates can choose to take exams based on either the 2007 or the updated 2011 version of the manual.
Find out the structure and format of the 2007 version of the exams, and how to take them.
- Read our MSP blog posts for all the latest developments.