FREE MSP Benefits Log Template

Posted by Kevin Brady on Mon 13th October 2008 at 09:00 AM, Filed in Document Templates & ToolsBenefits Realisation Management

To download please click > Benefits Log Template

One of the first stages in Benefits Realisation Management is to identify the benefits you want your project /programme to deliver, who will own them, and how they will be measured in terms of the target level of improvement required. To do this you need to identify your project /programmes stakeholders and complete, for each identified benefit, a Benefit Profile. I have created in a previous post a Benefit Profile Template for free download.

Once you have completed your benefit profiles it is important to catalogue them for the purposes of tracking their progress against agreed realisation milestones. This is where the Benefit Log becomes important. Once completed you can inserted this into your Benefits Based Business Case as the central benefits catalogue. When placed alongside the project /programmes Rate of Return Investment (ROI) profile, the reader really has got the best of broad views of the value of the investment being proposed.

If you have downloaded this document and thought it was great then please comment. Alternatively if you feel it could be improved then once again please comment so I can make sure our readers receive the best templates possible.

Good luck with your projects and programmes smile

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