Benefit Realisation Management: A Practical Guide for Achieving Benefits Through Change

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 290 pages
Gerald Bradley pioneered BRM nearly 20 years ago and his experience in applying the methodology to programmes, projects and portfolios is second to none. His book explores the drivers, concepts and principles that underpin successful benefits realisation. He is careful throughout to relate the process to other recognised disciplines including OGC Gateway Reviews so that you can apply the methodology to your current project or programme management strategy.
 

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Contents

Stakeholders
9
Benefit Realisation
17
Overview of Benefit Realisation Management BRM
23
Project and Programme Fundamentals
39
Some Key BRM Roles and Responsibilities
47
Planning and Preparing for Success
61
APPLYING BRM TO THE ACHIEVEMENT OF A VISION
71
Benefits
83
BRMRelated Documents
171
The Benefit Realisation Plan
189
The Stakeholder Management Strategy and Plan
193
The Business Case
201
The ChangeBRM Process
211
THE APPLICATION OF BRM TO PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
223
EMBEDDING BRM WITHIN AN ORGANISATION
231
Prerequisites Culture and leadership
239

Measures
107
Identifying and Assessing Benefit Dependencies Changes
121
Structuring Change Delivery
133
Valuing Assessing and Optimising the Whole Investment
143
The Time for Action Change Management
149
Risks and Issues
161
Dangers of Giving Financial Values to NonCashable Benefits
245
How BRM Fits with Other Approaches
253
Case Examples
263
In a Nutshell
267
Index
283
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