The presentation will give an introductory overview about some of the key Benefits Management practices, will discuss the way these practices influence project success as well as the success perspectives influenced by these practices. It will discuss the accountability for these activities within an organization, and then it will identify some of the current gaps that can compromise project success from a strategic perspective.
The presentation is based on the results of the award winning research performed at the University of Warwick (UK) and recently published by the International Journal of Project Management about the influence of Benefits Realization Management (or Benefits Management) practices on Project Success based on a questionnaire responded by 331 PM practitioners in Brazil, UK and USA.
Carlos Serra is a certified PMP and Prince2 Practitioner, holding an MSc Degree in Program and Project Management (University of Warwick - UK) and a BSc Degree in Production Engineering (CEFET-RJ - Brazil). He is actively committed to the development of Project, Program and Portfolio Management knowledge, having published articles, won academic and professional awards and voluntarily working as a reviewer for the International Journal of Project Management. He has also designed and delivered several Project Management and Quality Management modules and lectures as part of MBA programs, conferences and training events as well as companies' internal training programs.
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