Benefits - From Fantasy to Reality

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Posted by APM on 29th Mar 2006

Benefits From Fantasy to Reality
by Lain on Wednesday, 29th March, 2006

Date of conference Wednesday 1st March 2006
Venue: Aston University

The last PPSOSIG event was held on the above date with over 55 delegates

The Agenda

Session One How to Identify Benefits- John Zachar (CITI)
Presentation from John Zachar which covered the different types of benefits intangible / tangible, impacts, benefit realisation plans etc. This presentation gave plenty of food for thought especially the differences between private vs public sector projects and programmes Presentation

Session Two Benefits Centred Project Management David Marsh
In Davids presentation, the delegates were given an opening gambit of turning project management and the way projects are managed on its head and asked to suspend belief through the presentation!
Presentation

Session Three Benefits Driven Project Management A Case Study David Marsh
Case Study following the above presentation Presentation

Bonus Presentation David also put together some thoughts on Embedding Changes which were not presented at the conference Presentation

Session Four Embedding Change Terri Kinton, Project Office Manager John Lewis Partnership
A practical view on embedding change from John Lewis Project Office Managerpresentation

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