Benefits management - One year on and a new political landscape

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Posted by APM on 30th Jun 2010

On the 29th of June 2010 the APM Benefits Management SIG held their annual conference and AGM at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. Over 50 people saw a range of presentations on the theory and practice of Benefits Management.

The SIG presented their inaugural postgraduate student award to Raied Abdul-Karim for his work on achieving the intended benefits and success from IT enabled change. Raied can be seen receiving his award from SIG Chairman Peter Glynne (right) and SIG Secretary Nick Wensley (left).

At the AGM following the conference, Peter Glynne was re-elected as Chairman and Nick Wensley as Secretary.

The slides from the event can be downloaded below.

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