Stats are bad on successful benefits realisation on most projects and programmes

Back in August 2014, Ron Leeman posted an article on LinkedIn entitled " 70% of Change Management initiatives fail – REALLY?" ; see link  below for full article. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140914031708-7145156-70-of-change-management-initiatives-fail-really?trk=mp-reader-card In summary, Ron was challenging the statistic in terms of metrics and gives some very useful references most of which I still need to follow up on! In response, I posted an article called "But were the original benefits actually achievable?"; see link below: http://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20140918023521-39536657-but-were-the-original-benefits-actually-achievable?trk=pulse-det-nav_art In this response, I questioned the approach to measurement of benefits and challenged whether original benefits were actually ever achievable plus…continue reading →
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