MSP® Survival Guide for Programme Managers - PDF
- Rod Sowden, Geof Leigh
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
This guide specifically addresses responsibilities within the programme. MSP Survival Guide for Programme Managers helps to explain what you need to do and why, then provides guidance on how to do it using real-life examples. In particular, it focuses on developing and implementing the processes and supporting techniques that are needed to control the programme.
Based on the responsibilities of the programme manager
Defines the roles of the people in programme management
Each topic is correlated to relevant text from MSP, providing hints tips and examples throughout
Includes governance, benefits, risk, planning, leadership and stakeholder management and setting strategies
Provides specific practical advice on how to be effective, something the main MSP title cannot
Written by experienced authors in Rod Sowden, lead author of Managing Successful Programmes and Geof Leigh, who wrote the programme management maturity model for the latest version of P3M3
Written simply, this title brings to life the reality of delivering a programme using MSP. Extracts from the main MSP manual are used to explain key concepts, followed by a description of how this applies to your role.
This Survival Guide is part of a series that has been written for people who have one of the core roles in a programme. Each title provides specific practical advice on how to be effective in a way that the more formal title 'Managing Successful Programmes' (MSP) cannot.
"The guide is especially good at explaining the roles of others within the programme and includes very good level of detail in describing the steps and activities at each stage" Lyn Hicks, Exeter City Council
"Programme management is the least understood discipline that if implemented well can have enormous organisational benefit. If you read this book your confidence in this field and success rate will undoubtedly benefit" Sarah Barns, Change Management Consultant
|Format||Published||15 Mar 2016|