Following a discussion I had last night about the issues surrounding benefits tracking for the business AFTER a project has been implemented, or more to the point, the difficulties in doing this, I got to thinking about this whole dilemma. Here are my thoughts:
Why would you stop a project before it even got started? Because the business benefits don’t stack up.
There has to be a good reason why time, money and resources are spent on changing something. That good reason is the business benefits that are going to be gained from making the change.