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Not all training companies are the same

If you are considering buying a training course and you are thinking that there are bargains out there with cheaper training companies, then we would advise you to read this article.The big training companies and Axelos  have been systematically undermining the training market for the last 8 years and this investigation exposes part of the […]

Programmes without blueprints are like ships without keels

Is your programme exhibiting any of these characteristics Project issues dominate the programme board Unidentified risks start to materialise a bit too quickly Benefits are rarely discussed The BCM lacks authority or purpose Many uncontrolled or unclear dependencies between projects and other initiatives start to manifest themselves Decision making is ad-hoc, reactionary or just slow […]

Benefits Management in a Nutshell

Rod Sowden the Aspire Europe Managing Director (and lead author of the current versions of MSP® and P3M3®) talks about Benefits Management. In this video, he focuses on how benefits should work and provides helpful hints on elephant traps you don’t want to fall into Hope you enjoy! Visit and Subscribe to our NEW YouTube Channel […]

Guiding principles of benefits management

During our work to support organisations deliver benefits driven change, maturity assessments and adopting programme management, we have become aware of a number of underpinning principles that are common amongst organisations that are successful. Here are a few key pointers that we hope will help you along Please click here for the guiding principles of […]

Free Programme Management Interactive Executive Briefing!

This interactive briefing outlines the key concepts of programme management and the principal roles and themes that make programmes distinctive from portfolios and projects. It is in the form of an interactive PDF to make it a little bit more interestting Right click and save as this link to download the interactive briefing, please view it […]

12 things you should know about PMQ (APMP)

APM – Project Management Qualification (PMQ) is the flagship qualification of the Association for Project Management. Tens of thousands of project managers have chosen to obtain the internationally recognised International Project Management Association Level D certification. If we can help with your professional development – let us know and we will let you know how […]

Programme Management Business Case in a Nutshell

Rod Sowden the Aspire Europe Managing Director (and lead author of the current versions of MSP® and P3M3®) talks about the Business Case works at the programme level. Hope you enjoy! Visit and Subscribe to our NEW YouTube Channel here MSP® and P3M3® are [registered] trade marks of AXELOS Limited, used under permission of AXELOS Limited. […]

A Practical Guide to Project Planning: Ten Key things

Ten things that will you find in the Practical Guide to project planning – a step by step guide that you won’t find in otherplanning books: It is written with you in mind! We are not expecting you to be a guru, building the Olympic Park or managing High Speed 2, everyday projects are hard enough […]

SRO Survival Guides extract – Vision and Blueprint

MSP Survival Guide for Senior Responsible Owners has been written specifically for the SRO, full of helpful advice to make your hectic life easier There are many reasons why programmes fail, but failure to grasp the scale of the change being delivered and weak leadership of the programme teams are often contributing factors. As they […]

MSP Survival Guide for SROs – Programme Business Case

MSP Survival Guide for Senior Responsible Owners has been written specifically for you (the SRO), full of helpful advice to make your hectic life easier There are many reasons why programmes fail, but failure to grasp the scale of the change being delivered and weak leadership of the programme teams are often contributing factors. As […]