Our latest Guide, supports the evidencing of benefits for all change initiatives, providing exemplars and case studies to embed the tools in institutions within the UK and beyond. The Guide offers more support on institutional and sector reporting of efficiencies and the impact of change, and how to create a more evidence-based culture within institutions. There is more support on benefits identification and measurement and how to adapt the methodology and supporting tools to maximise the evidencing of benefits from all types of change. Read the Guide now.
Our first guide describes a range of activities you can use to help show the benefits of business process improvement to your institution.We outline how to quantify benefits throughout a typical project life-cycle for process redesign/process modelling activities. Also we show you how to gather, record, and communicate the information to allow for more accurate reporting of the success and impact of projects. Read this Guide now.
"The Benefits Exploration Map has been a useful tool for structuring our discussions about the benefits of our programme of reviews of professional service departments."
Improvement and Change Team, University of Hertfordshire
"The work has given us deeper understanding of why, and how to, monitor the effects of changes made in our processes."
Senior Process Improvement Manager, The Arctic University of Norway
"It has  given this area of work an increased level of importance and visibility in my institution which has helped to positively change attitudes to evidencing benefits."
Head of Process Improvement, The University of Sheffield
"The University of Strathclyde has a tried and tested approach to benefits management with lots of practical solutions to challenges which are universal to all sectors."
Benefits Management Team, Rail Group, Department for Transport, London
"Using tools such as the Benefits Exploration Map is really helpful to identify the impact of a project and demonstrate the improvements a project team have delivered."
HR Manager, Brunel University London
"Having a structured approach to show the savings...has been valuable in seeing the measurable benefits from the project."
Assistant Director of Procurement, University of Edinburgh
" The data gathered led to an evidence based approach to change, thereby enhancing validity and generating commitment."
HR Manager, University of Strathclyde
"Much of what HEFCE are expecting to see from institutions can be addressed by using the techniques and materials contained within this publication."
Head of Procurement & Shared Services, HEFCE
"The Benefits Exploration Map was very useful. It helped the group discuss some differing opinions and really focused us in on the key facts."
Head of Sport & Recreation, University of Strathclyde