Presentation on theme: "Benefit Mapping NHS Programme Management Learning Developing PPM Capability People in Programmes Module: Handout C:1 Sharing & Maintaining a Vision – Benefit."— Presentation transcript:
Benefit Mapping NHS Programme Management Learning Developing PPM Capability People in Programmes Module: Handout C:1 Sharing & Maintaining a Vision – Benefit Mapping Funded by DH informatics - P3M workstream. Contact Sarah Briggs email@example.com
These slides contain some different ways of modelling benefits. They are included to help a programme manager select an appropriate method to demonstrate the types of benefit and/or the way in which benefits relate to the projects being undertaken. Slides 6 and 7 demonstrate the range of benefits that might be utilised in a programme and the way in which the amount of control and benefit risk relates to them. These slides support the material used in NHS Programme Management Learning, Developing PPM Capability, People in Programmes, Module C: Sharing & Maintaining a Vision
Types of benefit Quantitative Qualitative Quantitative Realisable Benefits (i.e. those that can be ‘banked’) Enabling Benefits (precursors to realisable benefits) Cost Accountants Business Case Blind faith Business Case I.e. We should be doing this for moral, statute, market pressure reasons, to save the world, reasons Foundation for Change Management Initiatives Foundation for Cost Accountants Business Case
Improve PM Capability Develop Method Set up PM Training Set up a PMO Actions Working Method Expert PMs working PMO Deliverables 25% improvement in project success. 10% reduction in Re-work BenefitsObjective Benefits Map Projects Benefit Mapping
Benefit Management Benefits – measures of the improvement delivered. Benefits must relate to the vision Baselined benefits gives a fair comparison Compare action with inaction If we do/if we don’t measures Benefits are the difference between these measures
A Benefit Cascade Often a programme can deliver both internal and external benefits: Number of Waiting Time Monitoring Schemes Announced Number of Waiting Time Monitoring Schemes in Place Number of Waiting Time Reduction Schemes Announced Number of Waiting Time Reduction Schemes Installed Public Perceptions Improved Media Perceptions Improved Actual Reduction in Waiting Times Consider the end point, reflect on interim Environmental Factors play a bigger role in the external benefits Internal External
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