With the new PMBOK, released September 6th, 2017, there are several changes that should make their way to the new certification exam. An implied but never previously listed document is the Project Benefits Management Plan. This newly described plan makes use of the business case by describing how and when the benefits of the project will be delivered. How benefits will be measured is a critical part of the plan. Benefits included are both tangible and intangible, those that align to the business strategy, the time frame for realizing benefits and the metrics involved in measurements. Assumptions and risks are included as well. The benefits management plan is developed before the project starts and is updated iteratively as needed.