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MSP Principles


MSP contains seven principles which reflect the characteristics of successful programmes. If these principles are followed while applying the MSP Framework, your programme will have a greater chance of success in achieving its objectives.


The seven principles are:


  1. Remaining aligned with corporate strategy. A well-managed programme retains good links with the organisation’s corporate strategy. This ensures that the programme remains relevant to the organisation and the investment in it can continue to be justified in the business case.
  2. Leading Change. Good leadership is required for any organisation embarking on a programme of change. It does not just happen. Good leaders encourage engagement which in turn engenders trust.
  3. Envisioning and communicating a better future. Crucial to successful change delivered through a programme is the need to create a vision of the ‘future state’ and maintain ongoing communication of the vision with stakeholders
  4. Focusing on the benefits and threats to them. The realisation of benefits which support strategic objectives is what effective programme management about. This is what the success of the programme will be judged on and so maintaining this focus throughout the programme is crucial.
  5. Adding Value. It is necessary for the programme to demonstrate that it is adding value to what the organisation is trying to achieve. If not, why are we delivering these changes in a programme environment?
  6. Designing and delivering a coherent capability. What the programme delivers through its projects and activities needs to be consistent ensuring that the benefits of the change are maximised.
  7. Learning from Experience. A programme is a learning organisation which will learn from its experiences. To achieve maximum success members of the programme management team should assume the attitude of ‘learners’.