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Both frameworks are widely used, highly adaptable, and updated on a regular basis, creating active and thriving practitioner communities. However, with their prominence comes the question, 'ITIL or PRINCE2?' Can a business or individual benefit from utilizing both ITIL 4 and PRINCE2? Do the frameworks complement or compete with one another?
For both experienced and prospective program managers, the MSP framework offers demonstrably effective best practices. Certification can even help candidates unlock new responsibilities and job roles, especially as the framework can be applied regardless of a company's size, structure, or industry.
Based on the success of Agile, as well as research on current industry trends, it is evident that the future of project management may also align with Agile ways of working. With that in mind, it is important for project managers to have certain methodologies on their radar.
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So why is it supposedly any more difficult to measure success in Agile projects? The easy answer is this: style.
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Of course, there is no rule to say that you can’t utilize a framework like MSP while introducing Agile elements. As we already said, there are several similarities between MSP and AgilePgM that can make them compatible.
When it comes to ‘project management’ and ‘program management’, organizations need to be aware that there are significant differences between them. The best practices, skills, and levels of experience required for project and program managers are distinct. In short, if a company wants to enjoy the full benefits of both, they must be aware of the differences between project and program management.
PRINCE2 practitioners often enjoy a much wider choice of jobs to apply for and will even earn more than non-certified colleagues, quickly answering the question: “Is PRINCE2 certification worth the cost?”