This article has been originally published at APMG
AUTHOR: MILVIO DIBARTOLOMEO
Avoid the pitfalls of bad benefits planning.
The fundamental reason organizations invest in change, projects and programmes is to realize benefits. That’s why it’s vital that Intended benefits are given sufficient thought and planning to ensure projects and other change initiative are fully geared towards the realization of planned benefits.
APMG’s new white paper (content courtesy of Milvio DiBartolomeo) takes a close look at benefits realization practices, the importance of planning ahead, and some of the pitfalls to avoid.