Change is inevitable, yet many businesses do not know how to demonstrate the impact of a change.
Have increased revenues, efficiencies or operational capacity been achieved?
Has “more effective working” and “improved customer satisfaction” been demonstrated?
What exactly is the impact of the change towards the strategic priorities?
This course offers a transferable and practical method developed at the University of Strathclyde for benefits realisation management through a change lifecycle.
Who is this course for?
This course would benefit:
- Organisations seeking to embed a culture of benefits realisation management
- Individuals looking to evidence the benefits of change within their teams, or across their change programmes
- Middle to senior managers, and their teams, responsible for any change or improvement initiative, and are required to report on the impact of the implemented changes
- Those who contribute to mandatory institutional Value for Money, or efficiency reports
This course will:
- Increase your understanding on the importance of demonstrating the impact of change
- Provide you with the skills and knowledge to identify benefits for your projects and initiatives
- Equip you with a range of tools to measure and demonstrate the impact of any type of organisational change
- Help you to establish a benefits-driven culture across your stakeholders and organisation
In this course we'll cover:
- Why we need to demonstrate impact of change
- What is a benefit and how do we measure it?
- Practical tools you can use to explore benefits and plan for your benefits realisation
- How to evidence the benefits throughout a change lifecycle
- Navigating the challenges and influencing the evidencing of benefits in your area
Course structure and delivery
This course will be a combination of presentation, group activities, case studies, and exploration of tools using your own examples of change.
It will be delivered online over two, 2-hour sessions held on separate dates. In between sessions you’ll have the opportunity to use the tools and apply what you have learned to your own projects or initiatives.