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There are no shortcuts from Projects to Benefits – we’re in a new book!

9781138206656

I’m pleased to have received my copy of “Further Advances in Project Management”, edited by Prof. Darren Dalcher.

Phil Driver and I wrote a chapter for the book which describes how the OpenStrategies approach can be applied to help define clear benefits in programmes and projects.

There are no shortcuts from Projects to Benefits” is based on earlier articles and white papers we have published. Our chapter covers:

  • What do organisations do?
  • Most “Benefits” aren’t!
  • Performance indicators
  • Validating your strategy

Synopsis of the book:

The common thread behind recent concerns about successful project delivery involve the capabilities, skills, attitudes, values and perspectives that are needed for successful delivery and the sustained realisation of interest, relationships, benefit, value and impact. The chapters collated in this volume bring together leading authorities on these topics. The result is a reflection on the state of practice that offers real innovation as it samples the most promising ideas, perspectives and styles of writing from some of the leading thinkers and practitioners in the discipline.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781138206656

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