The APM Benefits Summit 2017
Realising Benefits in a Changing World
The programme for the APM Benefits Management Summit 2017, held on 22 June 2017, was organised around four related themes:
- Organisational Transformation
- The Business Case
- Portfolio Management
- Working with Partners
The Summit provided delegates with many unique and proven insights and perspectives to successfully plan and realise benefits including:
- Ensuring that multiple initiatives contribute to strategy.
- Providing real data to budget holders to make sound investment decisions.
- Improving benefits identification and engagement with stakeholders.
- Enabling organisations to ensure that their changes are wholly beneficial.
- Responding to Agile ways of project initiation and delivery.
- Enabling enterprise working using common benefits frameworks.
Delegates also had the opportunity to network with global experts, proven practitioners and enthusiasts.
Time activity title and speaker
09:45 Key note Transforming government through transformation projects, Tony Meggs, Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA)
10:15 Presentation Enhancing performance in complex projects through collaboration, David Hawkins, Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW)
10:50 Presentation From ambition to delivery - don’t just do something, stand there and think!, Joseph Lowe, HM Treasury
11:45 Case study 1 Implementing a benefits-led approach to portfolio management at the MPS, Penny Chalton and Thomas Coleman, Deloitte
12:10 Case study 2 Using risk information to enhance partner relationships, Will Foulds, Redstone Risk Ltd
12:35 Case study 3 In scoping programmes, is using the “T” word a constraint to successful delivery? Ian Clark, Department for Work & Pensions (DWP)
14:00 Workshop 1 Portfolio and benefits management framework development,Simon Darby, APM Portfolio Management SIG and Neil White, APM Benefits Management SIG Chair
14:00 Workshop 2 Thinking systematically about benefits, Andrew Gray and David Liversidge, BMT Hi-Q Sigma
14:00 Workshop 3 Pessimists, realists and liars: why benefits forecasts are always wrong, Claire Dellar, NHS Digital
15:15 Workshop 4 Value and benefits management: optimising benefits when affordability is an issue - as it always is!, Steve Parker, GHD Ltd and APM Value Management SIG
15:15 Workshop 5 Benefits driven organisational transformation, Carlos Serra, Independent Researcher/Author
15:15 Workshop 6 Creating order out of chaos: new generation tool for strategic planning, Merron Simpson, New NHS Alliance
16:20 Closing Key Note Show me the benefits! optimising the return on investment in projects & programs, Steve Jenner, Portfolio Solutions; Author, Practitioner, Trainer
16:55 Final remarks and close APM Benefits Management SIG
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