Case study: Implementing a benefits-led approach to portfolio management at the MPS
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Penny Chalton specialises in supporting clients to establish, manage and deliver large complex programmes in both the public and private sector. She is Chartered Member of CIPD and a member of the APM. She is PRINCE2, Managing Successful Programmes (MSP), Management of Portfolios (MoP) and Management of Risk (MoR) practitioner qualified. Penny has deep expertise in benefits management and builds strong relationships with stakeholders to ensure successful delivery.
Recent roles have included a position at the Ministry of Defence where Penny led the development of a new performance management framework for the Land Equipment Operating Centre. Penny worked with subject matter experts to review the key performance questions and develop KPIs for the portfolio. This resulted in an agreed set of KPQs and KPIs and a dashboard for the LE OC portfolio enabling improved reporting, more focused decision making and
reduced paperwork for the Performance Board.
Thomas Coleman is a consultant in Deloitte’s public sector consulting practice, and a member of the APM, specialising in portfolio management, benefits management and portfolio and programme governance. His industry experience has centred on home affairs, justice and infrastructure and capital programme clients. Thomas is passionate about bringing diverse sets of stakeholders together to deliver transformation in an organisation, and believes that the key to benefits realisation is strong stakeholder engagement and robust governance.
Thomas’s recent experience has involved working at a local policing client, where he defined and launched a benefits management function within the client organisation’s portfolio management office, and designed the governance framework for a transformation portfolio of approximately £500m in capital spend.