Benefits realisation or benefits realisation management is a well-proven method for designing and managing change projects, creating business cases and managing the portfolio to enable us to maximise value creation.
Have you ever experienced that somewhere along the way, you lost track of the impact that your projects are supposed to deliver? To attain the desired benefits, we need a structured approach to benefits realisation.
Either the change project is delivered without a structured approach to benefits realisation and will realise 20-40% of the benefits potential. In some cases nothing at all. Or you can make a small investment in time and money and apply a structured approach to benefits realisation, which makes it possible to realise about 80% of the project’s benefits potential.
The benefit map
The benefit map creates ownership of the realisation of benefits, and it moves the focus away from deliverables and towards behaviour as the driver of benefits realisation.
Article in Danish on LinkedIn; Normally, the CEO and the project manager request changes from others. But regarding benefits realisation, it is all of a sudden the CEO and project manager, who must change behaviour.
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Article in German: Change communication enters the scene when you have to link the strategic rationale behind the change and the personal motivators of those who need to adapt to the change.
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