31 August – Webinar (Axelos) – #MSP ®: Managing Successful Programmes in Practice

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How the MSP framework can help organizations improve their programme management practices and offer better services to their customers: Concepts and concrete examples !

Axelos banner webinarsThis session will begin with AXELOS’ PPM Portfolio Manager Mike Acaster and Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) Author Patrick Mayfield introducing MSP and discussing how the framework can help organizations improve their programme management practices and offer better services to their customers.

They will then hand over to Neil Aldridge and John Edmonds who will share their examples of how MSP can be used to make a difference to the way programmes are delivered.

MSPNeil will explain how a major global food and drinks company used MSP to rescue a programme that was built around their existing project management methodology. He will look at how the MSP Principles highlighted significant areas of focus and challenge for the programme team, and describe some of the key messages that emerged.

John will talk about how a UK university implemented a programme management approach to their rapidly changing environment and will consider three main threads of their MSP implementation

  1. engagement;
  2. building capability;
  3. identifying and equipping three major programme roles.

The session will then break out into 15 minutes of Q&A, giving you the opportunity to ask questions to all four panelists.

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