Gaining positive returns on major public initiatives has been and still continues to be a challenging issue for most organisations. It is widely acknowledged that without the alignment of business processes, technology and capability to strategy and investment objectives, organisations are unlikely to realise the full potential of their investments.
Business improvement projects and programs are undertaken to deliver benefits, however, they are frequently criticised for failing to achieve their objectives. Research has shown that a large percentage of business improvement projects, including capability improvement initiatives, fail to deliver their expected benefits. Even when they are achieved in part, they are often far from being fully realised or are simply not recognised as benefits.
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