Managing Successful Programmes (MSP)

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All organizations, whether they work in the public or private sector, and independently of their size, need some kind of program management, which is a key tool to ensure their business success is achieved through a beneficial outcome. This becomes increasingly important in today’s organizations, which face constant change in order to keep up in the evolving market and stay competitive. For such reasons, it is necessary to follow an adequate program management approach that will allow leaders to tackle the necessary transformations and deal with the issues that might arise along the way. The concept of Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) provides a methodology to manage programs undergoing constant change, in a structured and efficient manner, allowing organizations to be more effective and provide better services. To achieve this, the he main idea is to sub-divide the program into smaller, inter related projects that are simpler to manage.

This article will address topics including the MSP framework, its principles and processes, to provide a comprehensive guideline of how this method can be applied to any program, as well as a thorough analysis of its potential limitations and the benefits that can be obtained from its use.

Table of contents:

• Introduction

• MSP framework

• Principles and processes

• Limitations

• Benefits

• Conclusion

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