Benefits Realisation Management (BRM) provides accurate, quantitative metrics that show exactly what benefit your projects and programmes bring to the organisation.
This is not something you can get from a business case, and gives sponsors and stakeholders assurance that your change initiative warrants further investment. BRM also alerts you to situations where the benefits have either changed or actually expired. This gives you better control over your portfolio, allowing intended outcomes to be planned for, tracked, achieved and embedded. There are some important lessons Practicus has learned in supporting organisations to implement BRM, such as the delicate, forensic approach you must make to assess the current state of in-flight programmes.
In this white paper we explain why Benefits Realisation Management is so important and share some valuable tips on how to successfully run this process alongside your normal project governance.