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Developing meaningful metrics and key performance KPI indicators to measure the actual delivery of benefits versus the Confirming that key stakeholders.
Are all project or program benefits documented in a benefits register and benefits realization roadmap? Have the benefits owners been consulted and confirmed? Utilizing the appropriate tools. Are the benefits—tangible. Ensuring the identified benefits realization dependencies. Are benefits frequently modified to reflect the most current information regarding changing business conditions?
Is there a formal process to discover new benefit opportunities?
Does the project or program team understand how project level outputs contribute to business benefits? Is progress regularly reviewed against the benefits realization roadmap?
Is the project or program still relevant based on what benefits can be realized against unexpected events or changes to the benefits realization plan? Recording progress and reporting to key stakeholders as directed in Utilizing communication the communication plan and stakeholder engagement processes. Are the benefit owners responsible. Is effective change control being utilized to close gaps between expected benefits and actual benefits?
Have the expected benefits been clearly communicated to key stakeholders involved with delivery? Implementing the required change control based on defined level Deliver Responding to customer of tolerance. Monitoring actual benefit results against targets and managing for variances.
Performing a benefits assessment. Are realized benefits being measured and verified against business and sustainment plans? Planning for the operational. Are actual benefits being delivered within the timeframe of the benefits realization plan?
Have unanticipated benefits been realized and captured for the future? Have the benefits—tangible. Were lessons learned captured and communicated?
Have the benefits been transitioned to and approved by key stakeholders. Creating lasting value: The Strategic Impact of Projects: Identify benefits to drive business results. Focus on benefits during project execution.