Programs and the related project and operational components within them are undertaken to bring about some form of change.
Facilitated by Eric S. Norman, PMP, PgMP
Benefits that flow to the sponsoring organization as well as the benefits intended for the target audience: beneficiaries and stakeholders.
Many times, however, programs and projects fail to achieve planned benefits outlined in the business cases that support them. To improve the program/project leader’s ability to guide the achievement of target benefits, a clear understanding of the interrelationship between Benefits Management and Organizational (Business) Change Management is required.
This session explains the Benefits Management process and highlights the linkage between Benefits Management and Change Management activities.
Session topics include:
The Benefits Management Landscape
- Benefits Planning
- Benefits Measurement and Monitoring
- Benefits Sustainment
Business Change Management
- Managing Ambiguity and Complexity
- Achieving and Sustaining Behavioral Change
- Change Management Processes