APM Benefits Summit 2017
Thanks to our friends at Inky Thinking who brought colour and meaning to the Benefits Summit
Realising Benefits in a Changing World, sponsored by Hyde Park Solutions
The programme for the APM Benefits Management Summit 2017, #apmbmsummit, was organised around four related themes:
- Organisational Transformation
- The Business Case
- Portfolio Management
- Working with Partners
Find out more about the themes that are covered.
The APM Benefits Management SIG wanted to ensure the legacy of the Benefit Summit 2017 by providing various resources from our very special speaker line-up.
Click on the speakers session titles below to read the SIG committee write ups.
Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA)
Keynote speaker - Presentation
Transforming government through transformation projects
Dave Hawkins, Operations Director
Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW)
Enhancing performance in complex projects through collaboration
From ambition to delivery - don’t just do something, stand there and think!
Department for Work & Pensions (DWP)
In scoping programmes, is using the “T” word a constraint to successful delivery?
Penny Chalton and Thomas Coleman
Implementing a benefits-led approach to portfolio management at the MPS
Redstone Risk Ltd
Using risk information to enhance partner relationships
Neil White & Simon Darby
APM Benefits Management SIG & APM Portfolio management SIG
Portfolio and benefits management framework development
Pessimists, realists and liars: why benefits forecasts are always wrong
GHD Ltd and APM Value Management SIG
Value and benefits management: optimising benefits when affordability is an issue - as it always is!
Andrew Gray and David Liversidge
BMT Hi-Q Sigma
Thinking systematically about benefits
Benefits driven organisational transformation
Portfolio Solutions; Author, Practitioner, Trainer
Closing Key Note
Show me the benefits! optimising the return on investment in projects & programs
New NHS Alliance
Creating order out of chaos: new generation tool for strategic planning