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Benefits Management

 

When business change is affecting an organisation or when new strategies and approaches are initiated, then the outcome the benefit to the business must be managed to ensure success and increase profit.

 

Understanding the value of your initiative portfolio leads to improved Executive direction and decision making. Increased visibility of downstream risks allows action to be taken to secure profit.

 

Often business cases do not deliver the Return on Investment that they promise or claim unrealisable savings or revenue increases:

 

          Savings may be double counted

          Figures may be inflated

          Changes occur that impact planned benefits

          Risks may not be fully understood

 

All these issues make results forecasting and management problematic.

 

Sometimes the business needs a culture change in order to support tangible value delivery, needed to underpin the organisations business plans.

 

Through Business Change, mvantage is experienced in delivering value directly to Profit & Loss accounts. As a result, we can advise and deliver the necessary Benefits and Portfolio Management processes and infrastructure to make your business more benefits driven and profitable. By providing appropriate management information to the Executive team, the likelihood of delivering to business plans is increased.

 

We deliver support to leading businesses. For example:

 

o         Management Consultancy on how to design and implement the benefits management organisation and processes for your business

o         Deployment and operational management to ensure processes and reporting are embedded and working.

o         Audit and assessment on existing initiatives to establish objective benefits position.

 

Contact us on 020 7917 1861 to discuss your benefits management needs.

 

 

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