Benefits realisation management and strategy execution

Introduction – context for benefits realisation Over the last few decades, organisations have gradually developed a general understanding that all projects are investments (mainly in organisational change) and consequently the potential realisation of expected/desired benefits have been increasingly recognised as the main driver for organisations in making their investment decisions. Therefore, from an investment perspective, […]

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Benefits Realisation Management and project success: new research article (International Journal of Project Management)

Benefits Realisation Management (also known as Project Benefits Management or Benefits Management) has been under the spotlights in the Project Management community in these last years. The ‘new’ discipline has been increasingly studied and employed by organisations and practitioners as a set of processes which can ensure the execution of business strategies and creation of […]

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Some of our Project Management topics

As discussed in our previous post, projects and programmes have been employed for thousands of years to manage the execution of business strategies. More recently, perhaps in the last half century these have been increasingly recognised as the best way to do that. With greater relevance, new techniques are constantly being created and new areas […]

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