Effective Benefits Management comprises activities from project inception through to post project closeout. There are actions to be undertaken by senior management, the sponsor, the project manager, the project team, the users and the PMO. This one day class provides an overview of the full Benefits Management lifecycle. Specifically for the PMO professional, the class also explores the challenges, and potential strategies and tactics to overcome them, when implementing Benefits Management within an organisation.
Course Content Includes:
- Introductions, Objectives and Agenda
- Overview of the Benefits Management Lifecycle
- Benefits Identification
- Benefits Evaluation
- Benefits Planning
- Benefits Realization
- Benefits Review
- Reflection and Action Planning
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By the end of the workshop, delegates will:
- Know the key stages within the Benefits Management Lifecycle and how it aligns to the Project and Programme Lifecycle.
- Understand the key activities and associated tools, techniques and deliverables within each stage of the Benefits Management Lifecycle.
- Understand key roles and responsibilities in respect of the activities within the Benefits Management Lifecycle.
- Have explored the role of the PMO in implementing and supporting Benefits Management within an organisation.
- Have explored the challenges of implementing and supporting Benefits Management within an organisation and identified potential strategies and tactics to overcome them.
Class attendees receive a certification of attendance and a copy of the class materials.
The one day class takes place at etc venues, Hatton Garden and includes all refreshments and lunch.Make a Booking
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Eileen is an experienced PMO and PPM Consultant and Trainer, specialising in the development and delivery of bespoke training and consultancy to help organisations improve their delivery capability in a range of industry sectors including transport, finance, pharmaceuticals, defence, utilities and the public sector.
Prior to this, Eileen gained 17 years practitioner experience in a variety of project management roles (predominantly IT PMO management) along with technical IT roles and functional HR roles.
Eileen is a key contributor to the PMO profession and is the lead author of P3O® Best Management Practice and AIPMO’s PMO Principles. She’s a Director at PMO Learning.