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Benefits Management
in an Agile World
Matt Williams PMP, MAIPM
Managing Director
Connexion Systems
Benefits Management
 Textbook Definition
– “The identification, definition, tracking,
realisation and optimisation of ben...
Benefits Management
 Real Life Definition
– “What you do after you have delivered
the project”
– “The thing you do once y...
Traditional vs Agile Approach
Traditional Agile
Amplify 4-step investment process
What Defines Project Success?
 1st Dimension
– On Time
– On Budget
– To Scope
 2nd Dimension
– Did we create business va...
More Value, Delivered Earlier
Amplify 4-step investment process
Integrated Project and Benefit
Delivery Schedule
Amplify 4-step investment process
An Agile Approach to Delivery Allows
Sponsors To:
1. Review performance to date versus the business case
at regular interv...
What Does This Look Like?
For a Business Case
What Does This Look Like?
For an Individual Benefit
This All Starts with the
Business Case
 The Business Case is the Mandate from the
organisation to deliver value
 It is n...
Examples of Measurable
Lead Indicators
 Outcome – Reduce Smoking Related Deaths
 Lead Indicator – Smoking Rates
 Lead I...
Business Case Reviews
 Need to regularly review each business
case to determine:
– Initiatives are still strategically al...
NO MORE ZOMBIE PROJECTS!
Contact
Matt Williams PMP, MAIPM
Managing Director
Connexion Systems Pty Ltd
E: mwilliams@connexion.com.au
M: +61 414 847 ...
This presentation was delivered
at an APM event
To find out more about
upcoming events please visit our
website www.apm.or...
Benefits Management in an Agile World, presentation, Matt Williams, London, 23 June 2016
Benefits Management in an Agile World, presentation, Matt Williams, London, 23 June 2016
Benefits Management in an Agile World, presentation, Matt Williams, London, 23 June 2016
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  1. 1. Benefits Management in an Agile World Matt Williams PMP, MAIPM Managing Director Connexion Systems
  2. 2. Benefits Management  Textbook Definition – “The identification, definition, tracking, realisation and optimisation of benefits at initiative and portfolio level” Steve Jenner, Managing Benefits
  3. 3. Benefits Management  Real Life Definition – “What you do after you have delivered the project” – “The thing you do once you’ve spent all the budget”
  4. 4. Traditional vs Agile Approach Traditional Agile
  5. 5. Amplify 4-step investment process
  6. 6. What Defines Project Success?  1st Dimension – On Time – On Budget – To Scope  2nd Dimension – Did we create business value? Source: Delivering Major Projects in Government, National Audit Office (UK), 2016
  7. 7. More Value, Delivered Earlier
  8. 8. Amplify 4-step investment process
  9. 9. Integrated Project and Benefit Delivery Schedule
  10. 10. Amplify 4-step investment process
  11. 11. An Agile Approach to Delivery Allows Sponsors To: 1. Review performance to date versus the business case at regular intervals 2. Check that the direction and end state are still sound (ie no significant shift in the market or new disruptors) 3. Determine whether the investment is still the best option for future capital investment (Portfolio Optimization), or whether further investment is perhaps warranted to exploit the opportunity.
  12. 12. What Does This Look Like? For a Business Case
  13. 13. What Does This Look Like? For an Individual Benefit
  14. 14. This All Starts with the Business Case  The Business Case is the Mandate from the organisation to deliver value  It is not just used to ‘justify’ the investment of resources, but as a roadmap to value creation  Includes lead indicators to measure performance during delivery  Should be reviewed regularly to consider internal and external factors
  15. 15. Examples of Measurable Lead Indicators  Outcome – Reduce Smoking Related Deaths  Lead Indicator – Smoking Rates  Lead Indicator – Quitting Intentions  Outcome – Reduce staff in call centre  Lead Indicator - % of self service transactions  Lead Indicator - % of customers who use similar technology elsewhere
  16. 16. Business Case Reviews  Need to regularly review each business case to determine: – Initiatives are still strategically aligned – Delivery Performance ($, time) – Benefits are likely to be realised  If an initiative no longer fits, have the decency to kill it!
  17. 17. NO MORE ZOMBIE PROJECTS!
  18. 18. Contact Matt Williams PMP, MAIPM Managing Director Connexion Systems Pty Ltd E: mwilliams@connexion.com.au M: +61 414 847 040 W: www.connexion.com.au
  19. 19. This presentation was delivered at an APM event To find out more about upcoming events please visit our website www.apm.org.uk/events
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