Leading organisations are currently trying todeliver an average of seven major businesstransformation programmes, all at the sametime – and the number is increasing. Morethan half of these programmes don't delivertheir required results. In addition totraditional skills and experience, there areadditional skills and experience required forsuccessful business transformation. Whensuccessful, transformational change deliverssignificant rewards.This intensive, interactive workshop buildson the foundation laid in the introductorycourse – “Introduction to SuccessfulBenefits Realisation (SBR) – A vehicle thatrealises required benefits from changeprogrammes”. It equips those who areleading or managing transformationalchange programmes with the mindset, toolsand techniques to work successfully withmultiple stakeholders, cross-projectdependencies and long benefit deliverytimescales. Delegates will learn how to
realise required benefits
from changeprogrammes.Successful Benefits Realisation
is acomplete method and toolkit based onhard experience and common sense. Itshows how to understand your currentcapability and situation and how to actually
, instead of just defining, the benefitsthe organisation is looking for.
integrates naturally with other popularmethods for project and programmemanagement such as MSP 3 and PRINCE2.Strong and sustained engagement of stakeholders throughout the changeprocess is a critical strength of
. The six-stage
process can be entered at anystage of a change programme or project.Flexible entry points enable the applicationof
to change programmes that arealready being deployed.
is iterative,and facilitates the return to earlier stages toaccommodate changing circumstances andthe continuous optimisation of yourprogramme portfolio.The
approach is also applicable at anylevel within an organisation; it can beapplied at:•Board or Executive Team level to clarify,define and communicate businessdirection and strategy;•Group or Divisional level to analyse andagree the optimum portfolio of changeinvestments;•Programme level, either within a singledivision or cross-divisional;•Project level or a single project or for aproject within a programme of change.
Who Should Attend
•Programme Sponsors•Strategy Managers•Programme Managers•Portfolio Managers•Project Managers•Change Managers•Benefits Managers and BenefitsFacilitators•IT / IS Managers•Enterprise Architects•Knowledge Managers•Procurement Managers
Advanced Successful BenefitsRealisation (SBR)
– Achieving Transformational Change
London 15 May; 19 June; 24 September; 7 November 2008
1 day £550 + VAT•
Keith Jackson, TBL
+44(0)1895 256 484
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