Benefits Realisation

The Change-Driven Approach to Project Success

Benefits Realisation
Rasmus Rytter
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h229 x 152mm - 272pg
26 May 2022 US
International import eta 10-30 days
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LEAD PROJECTS THAT DELIVER REAL, MEASURABLE BENEFITS TO YOUR ORGANISATIONToo often expensive business change and transformation projects only realise a fraction of the expected benefits. Companies might manage to build a new IT system or process, but that is not enough. To be successful employees also have to change their ways of working to avoid ending up with another benefit-free project. This book shows how to create lasting, real-world impact by helping you to succeed in changing behaviour and creating value. Benefits Realisation: The Change-Driven Approach to Project Success offers readers a practical and hands-on guide to designing and leading projects that deliver actual benefits. The book builds on existing project and portfolio practices to show readers how to work in a benefit-focused mindset with illuminating case studies, examples, playbooks and facilitation guides that make it easy to get started. Benefits Realisation is an essential resource for executives, managers and other business leaders who want to improve their ability to deliver measurable results for their organisations.
Rasmus Rytter is an author, speaker and renowned expert within benefits realisation and organisational change. His expertise and three books on the subject have helped a wide variety of companies and public organisations realise their benefit potential. Since 2013, he has been part of Implement Consulting Group as a partner, consultant and advisor. Before joining Implement, Rasmus worked for 10 years as a project manager, program manager and people manager. Rasmus has a master' s degree from Aarhus University.

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