Location: Sydney (near Airport)
Date: Thursday 12 March 2020
Time: 0930 to 1600
Tickets: $600 +GST
About This Workshop
The process of moving to digital platforms is a substantial capital investment, and there are challenges in ensuring anticipated benefits identified in a business case are realised.
This practical, hands-on workshop will help participants better understand:
- Why benefits realisation is important, and when to start benefits planning activities
Consider the stakeholder groups that might benefit from a given digital health project and the impact of varying perspectives on benefits realisation planning
How health leadership can use benefits realisation planning to support strategic decision making
Based on previous participant feedback, we will also introduce:
- Techniques to develop a quality business case
Approaches to collect, track and report on benefits
Considerations when managing risk in a program management context
Strategies for internal engagement and advocacy when working within complex health organisations
Who This Is For
This workshop is designed to be of benefit to all participants, irrespective of their background or experience. It has been completed by senior health service executives from Australia and internationally, as well as entry-level project management professionals. The sessions are designed to ensure that all participants can hone their planning and benefits realisation skills, as well as benefit from the broader experience and knowledge of peers in the room.
About Your Facilitator - Alicia Cook
"Benefits realisation planning for innovation programs is one of my favourite workshops to run. I love that participants walk away feeling like they have the skills to implement positive change in their workplace."
Alicia Cook is an experienced management consultant and health informatician with a background in digital health and funding. She brings diverse experience spanning primary care, to the hospital and health service level through to the Commonwealth, both as client and vendor. Alicia has a nuanced understanding of health service needs, particularly in the context of major health reform. She is an experienced facilitator and has designed and developed workshops for health audiences on a range of topical subjects.
Feedback from Previous Participants
Emerson Health evaluate every workshop we facilitate. Below are the results from our most recent benefits realisation workshop. Participants consistently report that they find the most effective aspect of this workshop is the group work and consistently rate this event as between 4 and 5 out of 5.