MSP® 5th edition Practitioner
MSP is specifically designed to address the most common challenges that organizations encounter when leading investments in change. It is designed to align programmes and projects to organizational strategy and to provide governance.
MSP 5th edition consists of a set of principles, themes, and processes that provide a clear roadmap for the programme lifecycle and ensure successful organizational outcomes:
The 7 principles are the driving requirements that are continually required to achieve value from programme management. The 7 themes help organizations to identify key roles, responsibilities, and give very practical guidance illustrating how MSP can be used according to the reasons for a programme. The 7 processes provide a route through the lifecycle of a programme with an emphasis on the incremental nature of a programme enabling a cyclical progression towards the desired future state.
MSP 5th edition emphasizes more on flexibility, adaptability, and responsiveness by adopting an incremental approach to the programme lifecycle and thus enabling organizational agility.
This course includes the MSP 5th edition Practitioner exam.
MSP 5th edition Practitioner is for project, programme, and business change managers that want to build on their knowledge of MSP, in order to practically apply the MSP framework to real life scenarios, providing the skills to lead and manage a programme. It is a must-have certification for both project and programme management professionals to deliver organizational value to their employers and boost their careers.
MSP Foundation certification is a pre-requisite for the MSP 5th edition Practitioner exam.
The Practitioner course is held over two days and includes the Practitioner exam. It has a workshop style so that you learn how to apply the techniques and rules.
You will review the MSP integrated framework and navigate the principles, themes and processes. You will learn how to analyse information and to then determine how the parts relate to one another and the MSP Framework.
- Multiple choice questions
- 58 questions per paper (including 6 matching questions worth 3 marks each), 70 marks available in total
- 42 marks required to pass - 60%
- Two-and-a-half hours’ duration
- Open book exam.