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November 13, 2009


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Julian Elve

@Bill Thanks for pointing to this - I've downloaded the paper and once you accept the audience is accountants it makes a useful read. Through my own lens of being focused on how to define and realise benefits from programmes of change, I think Louise has touched on a lot of key points, I think the paper could be improved by addressing the usefulness of benefits maps to link the benefits with the necessary behaviour changes as well as technology enablers.

Shame that CIMA don't follow her advice and make it so hard to comment. I tried signing up to their site, but the process fell over at various places, and indeed some pages seem to suggest that you can only sign up to comment if you are a CIMA member!

bill  Ives

Julian - Thanks for your comment. I agree about the CIMA site as I tried to comment and found I could not either. Bill

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