Benefits management: benefits for you
Posted by Catherine Bendell on 24th Jan 2017
On Monday 13th February, Dr Richard Breese, Senior Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University and David Waller, MD Keldale Business Services Ltd, described the role of Benefits Management in project management.
The event was held at the Lincoln International Business School part of the University of Lincoln.
After a comprehensive review of the techniques and advantages of Benefits Management by Dr Breese, David Waller presented a practical approach to implementing it.
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“There is only one cake,” I stated to the rather amused group in front of me. “And it’s only fair, if more than one person helped bake that cake, that they each get a slice of the cake.”
Many people think of an initiative in terms of “deliver the project” and then “realise the benefits”. I thought I would share an approach concerned with a business, or technical, “capability”, that focuses on use of the capability to realise the benefits.
The Projects and Infrastructure Authority have launched a government wide Project Delivery Capability Framework (PDCF) to support the development of a government project profession.