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Guide for Effective Benefits Management in Major Projects, published by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority in October 2017, defines a benefits realisation milestone as: ‘A date a suitable period of time after the embedding of associated outputs and capabilities when benefits can realistically and meaningfully be measured.’ It defines a Benefits Realisation Plan (BRP) as: ‘A document profiling all of the benefits and how they are forecast to be realised from baseline to target, including baseline and measurement information, identified benefit risks and benefit realisation milestones.’
The Practical Adoption of Agile Methodologies, APM Volunteer Research report, published by the Association for Project Management (APM) in May 2015, defines benefits realisation as: ‘The process of understanding, planning, realising and reporting both financial and non-financial benefits associated with technology enabled business change.’
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