Benefits Management - The Role of the Future Project Manager (1)
|Hossam Eddeen Saleh is an international consultant, instructor and speaker for project management and business analysis. He is the founder of Strategic Management Experts (SM-Experts), Canada, a specialized firm in consulting and training services for corporates and public.
Hossam started his career as an architect and project manager of complex mega projects, before leading fast developing organizations. Through his career, Hossam occupied senior positions, including Design Manager, Project Manager and Business Consultant, helping his employers and clients move through transition and development phases.
|Hossam enhanced his practical experience with professional credentials & designations from the leading international associations and institutes in their fields; such as Project Management Institute (PMI), AXELOS and International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).|
When today’s organizations think and initiate project, they look beyond the services and products delivery. In fact, most organizations authorize their projects with the anticipation of achieving certain benefits, building new capabilities or improving their operations. This big picture, including benefits management and realization were not traditionally the focus of project managers.
Latest project management standards and publications emphasize the importance of involving project managers in the efforts and activities of managing the benefits expected from their projects. From identification to realization and sustaining benefits, tomorrow’s project managers should expect more involvement and increased role.
This session discussed what project managers need to know about benefits management to improve their performance and increase the success chances for their projects.
PDUs: 0.5 Strategic and Business I 1.0 Technical
This session will cover the following:
- Basics of benefits management in projects
- Benefits management lifecycle
- Challenges of managing benefits (Tips and Tricks)
Please be aware that a pre-registration email address is required. We look forward to seeing you there!
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