Project managers and project team members tend to focus on the deliverables their project is meant to produce. An emphasis on the development of quality deliverables, to time and budget, is important. But projects don’t just produce deliverables. The deliverables are created to support improvement, or more generally change, in an organisation. It is through this change that benefits are achieved. This part covers change management and benefits realisation.
There are two chapters in this part:
13 Handover and change – changing an organisation as a result of a project.
14 Achieving business value – making sure any task achieves what it was meant to ...