APM Benefits Management Specific 
Interest Group (SIG)

Welcome to the APM Benefits Management Specific Interest Group (SIG) website. The SIG was established in May 2009 for the benefit of members, the APM and the profession in general.

The Benefits Management SIG has members across the UK as well as globally, including numerous individuals from outside the traditional project and programme management profession.

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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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The APM Benefits Summit 2017

The Summit provided delegates with many insights and perspectives to successfully plan and realise benefits. Presentations are available here.

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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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Martin Paver
  • Are we stifling our project managers?
  • Date:26 February 2018
  • What are the differences between a rally driver and a project manager? They both work under considerable time pressures, with constrained resources, to deliver a defined set of objectives within an emergent environment. But do the similarities end there?
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Piney Crispin
  • Benefits Maps – Painting by numbers
  • Date:13 February 2018
  • ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’. But words and pictures are not sufficient if you want to be sure your programme will succeed. You need to quantify if you hope to fructify.
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  • Full-spectrum accountability (PRUB-accountability)
  • Date:30 January 2018
  • Who is ultimately accountable for the processes associated with projects and their consequences? Surprisingly to some, the answer is that, regardless of how much of the process you seek to outsource, it is you, the purchaser, and not your suppliers.
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