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Realising Benefits

Duration: 1 day
Course Code: AFABMRB
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Course Objective

To allow delegates to proactively manage and optimise the realisation of benefits associated with a programme.

Delegate Profile

Managers and specialists in a programme environment who are responsible for managing benefits, particularly Business Changes Managers and Change Agents.

Topics Covered 

The following topics are introduced:

·         Constraints and Responsibilities – the Benefits Management Strategy

·         Benefits and Performance Measures – Unfreeze Change and Refreeze

·         Preparation

o        Baselining Benefits

o        Benefits in Financial and Performance Plans

o        Transition Management – Preparation in the Business

·         Realisation

o        Pace & Constraints – Optimising the flow of Benefits 

·         Tracking

o        Recording Benefits Values

o        Audit Trails

·         Reporting

o        Linking Benefits Reporting to Management Information

·         Benefits Assurance

o        Assurance and Governance

o        Benefits Reviews

·         Action Planning

Course Format 

 Realising Benefits compliments the Identifying and Analysing Benefits Course. Delegates should already have attended the Benefits Modelling Course, or be qualified in Managing Successful Programmes and have already created a Benefits Model (Benefits Realisation Plan and Benefits Profiles).

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


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Arrow Cambridge - Holiday Inn, Cambridge 9 July 2007 £295
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