Projects and programmes

We help you manage change better - quicker, for less money, with greater impact and improved stakeholder confidence.

Organisations are now facing more change than ever before, but too many projects and programmes fail to deliver their benefits on time, on budget, and at an acceptable level of risk. 

Whether its incremental change, step change or transformation, organisational success can depend on your capability to deliver the right change in the right way. 

How we help

We help you manage your change initiatives better by providing targeted advice and support:

World renowned experts

Our specialists are recognised as leaders in their fields of expertise. They have been at the heart of the development of internationally recognised best practice guidance, such as:

  • P3M3®
  • PRINCE2®
  • APM’s Body of Knowledge
  • APM’s Governance of Co-owned Projects
  • Public Sector Programme Management Approach (PSPMA) 
  • HM Treasury’s Project Initiation Routemap

We are not theorists though – we were chosen to develop these guides through our experience as practitioners and our track record of embedding sustainable capability in client organisations.

RSM is a corporate member of the Major Projects Association (MPA), the Association for Project Management (APM) and is an Axelos Consulting Partner (ACP). 

Contact Andy Murray to find out more on how to boost your organisation’s capability to deliver your change better.

For more information, download our documents below.

Raising project, programme and portfolio management capability   

Raising project programme and portfolio management capability

Portfolio, programme and project maturity - one day training course

Portfolio, programme and project maturity

Smart assurance for projects and programmes

Smart assurance for projects and programmes

Prince 2 project board survival guide

Prince 2 project board survival guide

Managing successful programmes (MSP) programme board survival guide

MSP Programme Board Survival Guide

What goes wrong on complex projects?


complex projects