My Books

Managing Benefits (TSO, 2nd edition 2014) and Senior Managers’ Guide to Managing Benefits (TSO, 2nd edition 2014)

“This isn’t a guide to benefits management, it’s the bible for benefits management’ — Craig Kilford, co-author of ‘Management of Portfolios’

Available from Amazon, the APMG bookshop (http://www.apmg-businessbooks.com) or TSO bookshop (http://www.tsoshop.co.uk).

Management of Portfolios (TSO, 2011) and An Executive Guide to Portfolio Management (TSO, 2010)

Management of Portfolios

Management of Portfolios

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I’m the co-author of these guides with Craig Kilford (all round good chap). Available from www.best-management-practice.com.

 

Realising Benefits from Government ICT investment – A fool’s errand?

Realising Benefits from Government ICT investment – A fool’s errand

Realising Benefits from Government ICT investment – A fool’s errand

(Academic Publishing, 2011, 2nd edition).

For details – contact me via the main page or send an e-mail to stephen.jenner5@btinternet.com.

‘A significant contribution to the challenges we face in transforming government and public services in an environment of ever-tighter finances’ — John Suffolk, former UK Government Chief Information Officer’.

Transforming Government and Public Services – Realising Benefits through Project Portfolio Management

Transforming Government and Public Services

Transforming Government and Public Services

Gower, 2010. Available from gowerpublishing.com and amazon.co.uk.

‘Steve Jenner provides many valuable insights, and a wealth of practical methods and techniques, illustrated with examples, and peppered with some great quotes. While the book covers a broad range of topics, what reading it really reinforced in my mind is the fundamental importance of having a complete, comprehensive and credible business case” John Thorp, author of ‘The Information Paradox’

Project Portfolio Management – A View from the Management Trenches

Project Portfolio Management

Project Portfolio Management

Wiley, 2009, available from amazon.co.uk. I’m one of the 10 co-authors of this book from the EPMC (a US-based practitioner group) – A view from the Management Tranches combines traditional guidance with a story outlining how this guidance can be applied in practice.