The APM Benefits Management Specific Interest Group (SIG) has released their latest thought leadership report – Pushing the boundaries of change: Benefits realisation across local government.
Download the report that discusses six action points with the purpose of challenging change leaders to reflect on their own context and consider the ‘why?’ question from a leadership perspective.
Local government continues to face challenging times as beneficial change becomes ever more important in addressing the funding gap while still meeting customer expectations. Across the sector so many senior managers would say they are already doing what is described in this report, though they would not necessarily use the term ‘benefits realisation.’
It is important to focus on critical business context and bring together, collaboratively, all of the professionals across the organisation working to ensure that change delivers its agreed commitments.
Peter Glynne, co-chair of the APM Benefits Management SIG and author of the report said: “I’m pleased that APM is working closely with the project and programme management community across local government through the Delivery Improvement Network and other important initiatives.
“This builds on one of the key themes in this report; effective partnership and collaboration are critical to success.”