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MSP®: Managing Successful Programmes Foundation
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Program management is rising in popularity. Program management is the discipline that helps manage resources and dependencies across multiple projects whilst implementing strategic changes to the organization. This course covers the basics and main principles of the MSP® methodology for managing successful programs. MSP® is an internationally recognized methodology. The MSP® Foundation course is the entry level certification course for Best Practices training in MSP®. This course is delivered using a case study designed to further enhance and cement the candidates understanding of MSP®. Students who have attended this course are suitably prepared to successfully take the associated MSP® Foundation certification test which is a requirement for attending any of the further learning courses (MSP® Practitioner and MSP® Advanced Practitioner level training) available in this track.
The MSP practitioner qualification is appropriate for a variety of roles, including Project managers, Business Change Managers, experts and advisers working within a programme office and other specialist/governance roles involved in supporting MSP programmes together with those wishing to pursue Advanced Practitioner level qualifications, such as programme managers and Senior Responsible Owners.
A PRINCE2 Foundation certificate is recommended.
This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussions, and practical exercise.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
• Understand and apply the main principles of MSP®
• Learn how to manage programs according to the MSP® methodology.
• Distinguish the different MSP® flows.
• Realize strategic changes in organizations.
• Be up to date with state-of-the-art developments in program.
• Prepare to take the MSP® Foundation and Practitioner Certification exam
This training encompasses two certification levels:
• The MSP® Foundation course is the entry level certification course. Candidates acquire knowledge to act as an informed member of a programme office, business change team or project delivery team. The Foundation certificate is prerequisite for taking the Practitioner test.
• The MSP® Practitioner course prepares candidates to apply MSP to their own work and manage, lead, support or advise in an MSP environment in a relatively uncomplicated programme. The Practitioner certificate is prerequisite for taking the Advanced Practitioner test.
Overview of the course, the structure of this course and the topics covered.
Identifying and Defining a Programme. Managing the Tranches. Delivering the Capability & Realizing the Benefits in a programme. Closing a Programme
The importance of describing a vision as a depiction of a better future.
Embedding the Programme principles in an organization and organizing the Programme Office
Understanding the key principles for effective leadership of a programme and how to influence and persuade stakeholders to commit to the beneficial future.
Understanding how benefits management is at the very heart of programme management: programmes are primarily driven by the need to deliver value and benefits.
The programme’s vision statement provides early and valuable information as a description of the desired outcomes in customer-focused terms. As it is a description at a summary level, it needs to be expanded and developed into a blueprint. It is the blueprint that provides a usable basis for modelling benefits and designing the projects dossier.
In MSP the business case provides the vital test of the viability of the programme. It answers the question ‘Is the investment in this programme still worth it?’
An overview of how the planning and control governance theme fits into MSP. Planning and control are key to the success of any transformation programme and should be seen as distinctly separate concepts and activities.
Successful programme management has at its core the need to both manage and tolerate uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Risk and issue management are the vehicles for achieving this
The purpose of quality and assurance management is to ensure that all management aspects of the programme are working appropriately and that it stays on target to achieve its objectives.
Michiel Roelof De Boer
Michiel holds the highest ITIL credential – the ITIL Service Manager (Masters) certification. He is also a certified ITIL Service Manager who teaches Foundation, Practitioners and Service Management. He gained his experience in various local and international companies worldwide where he had executed roles as Manager, Consultant, Project Manager and Instructor as well as having experience in the finance, automation, industry, airlines, logistics, medical and telecommunication sectors. He is experienced in translating business objectives into manageable deliverables, initiating quick wins and creates an environment for continuous improvement. With a management style which is based on coaching and team play, he can effectively communicate with the members of the board as well as employees at various levels of an operation and in many different cultures. Read More