Benefits realisation relies on a process with people that are persistent about achieving the business benefits predicted in the business case. It requires constant attention to business benefits throughout the business change life cycle. Articulation of the benefits in the business case is followed by managing the project in order to deliver the predicted benefits. Once the project has been implemented the need is to check progress on the achievement of the target benefits and take any action required to support their delivery.

It requires a relatively mature organisation to perform effective benefits realisation and this is often the third stage. In the first stage an organisation is able to define the benefits ...

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