Benefits Realisation

The change-driven approach to project success
Wiley & Sons

7 April 2022

Change projects are costly in both time and money, and we often only realise a fraction of the expected benefits. Does this sound familiar? For most managers in steering committees of PMOs and projects, it will.

A practical guide to realising the full benefits potential from your change projects

In Benefits realisation: the change-driven approach to project success, renowned benefits realisation expert, speaker and consultant Rasmus Rytter introduces a new approach to change projects where benefits realisation defines the design of the project and how it is led. Once the project’s benefits have been defined, the key question for the project to answer is: “How might we help our colleagues change their behaviour?”, thus identifying behavioural change as the key driver of benefits realisation.

Step by step, the book guides you through how to approach both benefits realisation and behavioural change as well as explains how it builds on the project and portfolio practices (or SAFe) you are already using.

Benefits realisation also offers:

  • Elaborate real-life case studies and examples that show the application of the new approach to benefits realisation and change on different projects
  • Easy-to-use posters, playbooks and facilitation guides for the most important activities and workshops
  • Effective strategies for using benefits realisation to minimise project costs
  • Compelling possibilities for executives to make far better strategic prioritisation decisions based on credible data for project benefits and the real cost of change

Perfect for project managers, change managers, PMO professionals and managers using agile frameworks, Benefits realisation will also earn a place in the libraries of executives and other business leaders at all levels of your organisation.

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