Category Archives for Benefits Management

Benefits Mananagement Part 5: An Example

In the previous 4 parts of this series we walked through all the theory behind creating a Benefits Dependency Network. In this final part of the series we’ll walk through an example of a BDN to make the practice behind the theory more clear. Remember that there are five sections we need to link together […]



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Benefits Management, Part 4: Outcomes, Projects, Enablers, and the Benefits Dependency Network

In the part 3 of this series, Identifying Benefits, we looked at creating Objectives and from these, creating Benefits. You may remember that in order for a Benefit to be realised there needs to be some form of deliverable, that we refer to as an outcome. Outcomes are delivered by projects and programs. You can think of an outcome […]



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Benefits Management, Part 3: Identifying Benefits

As described previously, the first step in the Benefits Management Process is to identify the benefits we want to achieve. Benefits don’t exist in isolation, and so we start this process by determining the objectives. You can think of objectives as the desired end state. It’s likely the organisation’s objectives will have already been set by […]



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Benefits Management, Part 2: The Benefits Management Process

In the previous post on Benefits Management we looked at defining exactly what benefits are. Now that we understand this it’s time to look at the Benefits Management Process: Before we enter the Benefits Management Process loop we should have first determined the Benefits Management Strategy. This will define our approach to managing benefits and define such […]



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