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  • Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®) – for pro­gramme management
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  • IT Service Management (ITIL®) – for IT service man­agement
  • Management of Portfolios (MoPTM) – for portfolio management
  • Management of Value (MoVTM) – for value manage­ment
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