24 August – Webinar – the value of benefits realization with Dr Harold Kerzner

Dr Harold Kerzner has been hailed as the ‘father of project management’, having authored over twenty project management publications and over 140 papers in this field.

Dr Harold Kerzner

The project management landscape has changed significantly over the past decade. Strategic initiative projects designed to generate sustainable business value are now being managed by project managers. This shift has meant that project managers need to use clear benefits realization and value-based metrics to establish the business value of each project. But beyond that, it has become clear that project managers need to assess whether their projects are delivering real business value using more than just time, cost and scope. Business-related metrics must be used to ensure projects are aligned to corporate strategy.

During this session, Dr. Kerzner will walk you through the evolution of project management from 2.0 to 3.0 and the impact this has had on the industry. He will give insight into the significance of benefits realization and the importance of identifying the correct metrics to measure business success.

During this Axelos webinar on 24 August 2017 at 4pm CET, Dr Kerzner will speak for an hour on the value of benefits realization followed by a 30-minute audience Q&A.

Don’t miss the opportunity to speak with one of the greats in the industry!

Register for the session

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