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Benefits management course - CITI
All organisations must ensure that the outputs created from change initiatives; projects, programmes or portfolios actually create value. Our Benefits management course highlights the need to have a clear and unambiguous understanding of benefits and how they are used to articulate value.
Benefits management course
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Benefits management course

Overview

All organisations must ensure that the outputs created from change initiatives; projects, programmes or portfolios actually create value. Additionally, this value must be considered ‘worth’ the money spent. Our benefits management course highlights the need to have a clear and unambiguous understanding of benefits and how they are used to articulate value.

Our benefits management course is a one day workshop providing powerful tools and techniques that provide delegates with the means to create or challenge a benefits case and understand how they contribute to business case management.

It is then possible to distinguish between benefit and measurable change; and allowing for appropriate responsibilities and accountabilities to be assigned.

Objectives

This intense one day workshop provides powerful tools and techniques that provide delegates with the means to create or challenge a benefits case and understand how they contribute to business case management.

It is delivered with highly stimulating and interactive facilitation using practical examples and the delegates’ own real life challenges.

Content

Core topics of this masterclass are:

  • Benefits as descriptions of value
  • Benefit risk versus cost risk
  • When change can be ‘good’ but not necessarily valuable
  • The role of ‘enablers’
  • Who needs to be accountable for what and the implications to governance?
  • The necessary stakeholder engagement
  • The benefits management life cycle