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Demonstrating Benefits

Duration: 2 days
Course Code: AFABMDB
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Course Objective

To allow delegates to demonstrate the realisation of benefits associated with a project or programme.

Delegate Profile

Individuals in a project or programme environment who are responsible for managing benefits, for example Business Changes Managers and Change Agents.

Topics covered

The following topics are introduced:

  • The Rationale for Demonstrating benefits
  • Benefits Reviews
  • Programme Management Overview
  • Benefits Management Overview
  • A Benefits Management Framework
  • Outcome Modelling
  • Benefits Modelling
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Classifying Benefits
  •  Analysing Benefits
    • By Source
    • By Type
  • Distributing Benefits
  • Reconciling Benefits and Outcomes
  • Benefits Profiles – detailed planning for benefits realisation
  • Rationalising Benefits – the Benefits Realisation Plan
  • Constraints and Responsibilities – the Benefits Management Strategy
Course Format

Organisations are increasingly being asked to demonstrate the benefits associated with initiatives. Projects and programmes that have been managing benefits informally are being asked reactively to show how benefits have been managed. This course allows delegates who have or are about to deliver capability from projects or programmes to retrospectively identify and document how benefits have been managed and so to move from informal to structured benefits management.

The Demonstrating Benefits course is highly interactive and is based on a comprehensive case study. The course can also be run as a Benefits Workshop.




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Arrow Cambridge - Holiday Inn, Cambridge 9 July 2007 £595
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