And how Managing Benefits can make a difference?
Huge amounts of time and resource go into delivering projects, but how often do businesses reach the end of a project and realize it hasn’t delivered the outcomes and benefits they set out to achieve? You might be surprised to know that 50% of respondents to a KPMG Survey* of 100 businesses across a broad cross section of industries indicated that their project failed to consistently deliver the benefits they were initiated to provide. It seems that traditional project management methods alone might not be as effective as they should be. Could this failure be down to the fact that only half of all project managers hold a formal qualification? Or even that those with PM qualifications are somehow losing sight of desired outcomes and benefits along the way?