Tanner James Blog

The cost of project management stress: Is it keeping you awake at night?

Barry Anderson

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As an SES officer do you lack confidence in benefits delivery?

John Howarth

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Would you like some Benefits with that?

John Howarth

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Webinar - Strategic Benefits Mapping in the Public Service

As the Managing Benefits guidance points out “BENEFITS are not simply just one aspect of project and programme management, they are the rationale for the investment of tax payer’s and shareholder’s funds in change initiatives”. 

Understanding the contribution of change initiatives to organisational objectives is at the heart of effective benefits management. There needs to be a clear line of sight from strategic intent through to the benefits of change initiatives and vice versa. Where this is in place we have a basis for meaningful assessments of strategic contribution. 

In this webinar, Barry Anderson, Tanner James CEO, shared his insights into the strategic impact of benefits management in the public service. 

Barry looked at the drivers behind benefits management including that driver-based analysis and benefits management is two-way since benefits management should provide the data to validate and refine as necessary the business model and the assumptions upon which it is based.  Read Blog Here

Real Managers don’t use soft benefits

written by David Bryant Read Blog Here

Benefits Management Webinar – It doesn’t have to be complicated

Last week we hosted a webinar: Benefits Management – It doesn’t have to be complicated. Thanks to everyone who logged in and participated. Read Blog Here

Avoiding the Traps in a P3M3® Self-Assessment

For the last two years P3M3® (Portfolio, Programme and Project Management Maturity Model) has been mandated by the Federal and Queensland State Governments for assessing the organisational capability of agencies to effectively manage ICT-enabled investments. The results have been mixed, not just in terms of how mature agencies are, but also in terms of how the assessments have been conducted.  Federal Government agencies will undergo another round of P3M3 assessments before the end of September with results to be reported to the Secretaries’ ICT Governance Board. There are a number of traps that agencies should be aware of when considering a self-assessment. Read Blog Here

Have you read PM&C’s Guide to Implementation Planning?

John Howarth

In August last year, the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Cabinet Implementation Unit, released Guide to Implementation Planning. Read Blog Here

Four ways to break the cycle of overstated business cases

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