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Use of Benefits Management Methodologies

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Dear Sport England,

I am writing to you regarding the use of structured benefits management methodologies.

For clarity, all the following questions relate to benefits management as defined by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC): “the identification, definition, tracking, realisation and optimisation of benefits, usually within a programme”, where benefits are the positive outcomes of change from a project or programme.

Could you please provide me with responses to the following questions set out below?

1. Do you currently or have you in the past used structured benefits management methodologies when delivering a programme, including any of the following?
• Benefits Realisation Management (Bradley, 2006, OGC, 2004)
• The Cranfield Process Model of Benefits Management (Ward et al., 1996)
• Management of Value (OGC, 2010)
• Active Benefits Realisation (Remenyi & Sherwood-Smith, 1998)

2. What is the most commonly used method and why is this method used rather than any of the other methods available?

3. Do you have a benefits management centre of excellence?

4. Do you have a specialist benefits management resource? Please indicate whether this is a permanent or contingent resource.

5. Does your organisation have a centrally managed and consistent framework, with established processes, for defining and tracking benefits realisation?

6. To what extent are business requirements linked to and influenced by benefits?

7. On a scale of 1 to 9, where 1 is not embedded at all and 9 is thoroughly embedded, how well embedded is benefits management within programme management and the development of organisational strategies?

8. Please provide a sample of completed benefits management products, specifically:
• Benefits maps
• Benefits registers
• Benefits management strategies
• Benefits realisation plans
• Benefits profiles

9. If you do not use a structured benefits management approach, please provide a reason as to why this decision has been taken.

Thank you in advance for providing this information and I look forward to receiving your reply.

Yours faithfully,

James Crutchley

FOI, Sport England

Dear Mr Crutchley

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request which was received on 5 February 2013. Please accept my apologies for not having acknowledged your email earlier. This was due to the large volume of FOIs recently received by us.

I will answer your request as soon as possible and, in any event, within 20 working days from receipt of your email. You will hear from me no later than 5 March 2013.

Yours sincerely

Lisa Percival
FOI & Data Protection Manager

T: 020 7273 1680
M: 07833 148614
E: [Sport England request email]

Sport England

Creating sporting opportunities in every community

Sport England, 3rd Floor Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1B 4SE

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Lisa Percival, Sport England

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Dear Mr Crutchley

Please find attached Sport England's response to your Freedom of Information request.

Yours sincerely

Lisa Percival
FOI & Data Protection Manager

T: 020 7273 1680
M: 07833 148614
E: [Sport England request email]

Sport England

Creating sporting opportunities in every community

Sport England, 3rd Floor Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1B 4SE

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