The 6th edition of the PMBoK-Guide® states that “a project manager may be involved in evaluation and analysis activities prior to project initiation...and may also be involved in follow-on activities related to realizing business benefits.
Whether or not the PM is ’involved’, it is clear that these activities are vital to the realization of benefits. It is the responsibility of the PM to interact with the business, at each end of the project life cycle -but how should this be done?
In addition the PMBoK-G lacks guidance on how to link a workbreakdown structure, or activity list, to defining goals and benefit flows.
This presentation addresses the context, concepts and techniques to bridge the gaps.
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About Simon Harris, PMP
Simon has worked in and around projects since the early ‘80s as team member, project manager and PMO manager. In the last couple of decades simon has contributed to thought leadership and training.