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APM Benefit Management SIG release two new thought leadership reports

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The APM Benefits Management Specific Interest Group (SIG) is delighted to announce the release of two brand new guides to delivering benefits in change; An essential part of everyday business and Beyond ‘Business as Usual’ to ‘Value as Usual’. Both reports are completely free to download and discuss how organisations can truly embed the capability necessary to realise benefits from investment in change.

An essential part of everyday business builds on challenging senior leaders of change to reflect on their own context and consider how benefits realisation becomes an essential part of everyday business activity.

The second report Beyond ‘Business as Usual’ to ‘Value as Usual’  highlights the importance of providing an end-to-end view on benefits realisation, including the full asset life cycle.

When asked what the benefit of having these reports means to the project management community Peter Glynne, Chairman of the APM Benefits Management SIG said: “I’m delighted that we’re launching our latest two thought leadership reports challenging leaders to reflect on their own organisation through leading edge thinking on change and benefits realisation. This is particularly relevant with the advent of London 2012, its benefits and the legacy that it will provide across the UK. The complete series of four reports provide a valuable framework for leaders of change across organisations”

Established in May 2009 the APM Benefits Management SIG looks to develop and promote benefits management as a core driver of successful project, programme portfolio and change management. APM SIGs are a coming together of practice, consultancy and academia working to produce guides, white papers, conferences seminars and a space to network and share ideas.

Investment in change an essential part of everyday business.pdf

Benefits from investment in change to beyound business as usual.pdf


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