APM Benefits and Value Specific Interest Group (SIG)

Benefits management: The identification, definition, planning, tracking and realisation of benefits. 

Value management: A structured approach to defining what value means to the organisation. It is a framework that allows needs, problems or opportunities to be defined and then enables review of whether these can be improved to determine the optimal approach and solution. 

Definition from APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition  📖

About this SIG

The APM Benefits and Value SIG formed in April 2019, using synergies from these two linked interest areas. It brings a clearer focus to value management and benefits realisation in our increasingly complex world in ways which serve the needs of members, their stakeholders and the profession.

The SIG is made up of a community of practice (active volunteers, in working groups and also includes the committee members); and a community of interest (the wider APM membership with a specific interest). 

Formed from the merger of Benefits Management SIG and Value Management SIG in April 2019, the Benefits and Value SIG (BV) is here to help members, the Project Management profession, and the public to enjoy successful projects.

P3M (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management) deliver outcomes for a reason – to solve a problem (such as regulatory, cutting costs) or create an opportunity (new product, new market). The investment in the project has to be justified, and it’s the Benefits and Value that justify the investment. Our Active Volunteer groups develop thought leadership, practical guides and research. We hope you will find something of benefit and value to your work or study amongst our Blogs, Publications and Events.

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About this SIG

The APM Benefits and Value SIG formed in April 2019, using synergies from these two linked interest areas. It brings a clearer focus to value management and benefits realisation in our increasingly complex world in ways which serve the needs of members, their stakeholders and the profession.

The SIG is made up of a community of practice (active volunteers, in working groups and also includes the committee members); and a community of interest (the wider APM membership with a specific interest). 

Formed from the merger of Benefits Management SIG and Value Management SIG in April 2019, the Benefits and Value SIG (BV) is here to help members, the Project Management profession, and the public to enjoy successful projects.

P3M (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management) deliver outcomes for a reason – to solve a problem (such as regulatory, cutting costs) or create an opportunity (new product, new market). The investment in the project has to be justified, and it’s the Benefits and Value that justify the investment. Our Active Volunteer groups develop thought leadership, practical guides and research. We hope you will find something of benefit and value to your work or study amongst our Blogs, Publications and Events.

Download a guide to APM Volunteering
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Committee

Hugo Minney: Chair
Merv Wyeth: Secretary
Rebecca Casey: Committee member
Richard Clarke: Committee member
Claire Dellar: Committee member
David Golding: Committee member
Stephen Parker: Committee member
Bruce Phillips: Committee member
Neil White: Committee member

 


Richard Breese
: Volunteer
Sarah-Louise Earl: Volunteer
Leeora Filemu: Volunteer
John Heathcote: Volunteer
David Liversidge: Volunteer
Sunila Modi: Volunteer
Kevin Parry: Volunteer
Martin Paver: Volunteer
Peter Rowlstone: Volunteer

 

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Featured resources

Exploring how to design an effective survey on Benefits Management

As part of a longer term project to deliver a high quality survey instrument to evaluate enablers and barriers to adoption, the Benefits & Value Management SIG would like to share their findings on designing an effective survey on benefits management. 

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Benefits management lifecycle

Neil White and Rebecca Casey have written a practitioner's guide to benefits management, published in the autumn 2017 issue of Project.

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Guide for effective benefits management in major projects

Developed by the IPA, the report covers key benefits management principles and activities for major projects.

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What is benefits management?

Developed by the IPA, the report covers key benefits management principles and activities for major projects.

What is benefits management?


A guide to using a benefits management framework

 

Featured book - A guide to using a benefits management framework

Instructive and insightful, this guide puts benefits at the heart of your organisation.

"The guide develops an understanding of the need for benefits realisation, offering a framework for addressing contextual factors and developing the capability to realise benefits."

APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition – Recommended reading

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Webinars and events 

Hosted by our online community, our SIGs and Branches are offering free lunchtime webinars. Covering a wide range of topics to support the project profession, please explore the full programme using the events listing below and sign up for free today.

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All members are welcome to contribute in the numerous activities that our Specific Interest Groups (SIGs) and Branches get involved in all year round.

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The committee have regular virtual meetings. If you are interested in hearing more please contact us via email or complete the following form.

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