I’ve written numerous articles and blog-posts about OpenStrategies and PRUB-thinking. You’ll find links to them all on this page.
OpenStrategies: An Introduction: Using the OpenStrategies approach for multi-stakeholder planning. Read the Brief PRUB Summary for an overview of OpenStrategies’ PRUB Thinking.
Validating Strategies – the book by Dr. Phil Driver (Review in Project Magazine Nov. 14)
There are no shortcuts from Projects to Benefits (PRUB article in Australian Project Management World Journal 2015)
OpenStrategies: An Introduction Prioritising projects to deliver benefits. (pdf)
APM OpenStrategies Workshop Slides (Nov. 2015)
PRUB – a tool to help sign-off your project’s outputs
Most Benefits aren’t! How OpenStrategies PRUB-Thinking can help identify and plan for real benefits. (pdf)
Sloppy Benefits Thinking undermines Project success
A reminder of PRUB and why the Public Sector CANNOT deliver Benefits (Slideshare)
The tenuous links between new IT systems and Benefits?
Does your new logo pass the PRUB-validate test?
Make savings confidently with PRUB-Validate
Lead and Lag Indicators – how PRUB-Thinking can help
PRUB-thinking – a simple system for Strategic Planning and Benefits Realisation (Slideshare)
Validating Strategies – 2 days with the guru!
Outside-in thinking with OpenStrategies
Changing the way we talk about strategy – check out your verbs
New Zealand Geospacial GIS R&D PRUB Case Study (2015)
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