A business case explores all feasible approaches to a given problem and enables business owners to select the option that best takes the organization forward. Its purpose is to define the parameters, risks and management factors involved within the project. It can be considered as a tool for the project manager to guide the design, management and evaluation of the project.
A business case aims at capturing all the information, securing approval of human resources and finances required to successfully complete the project, and analysing risks and alternatives.
This 8 hours course packs in all the information you will need to create compelling business cases that are comprehensive and persuasive.
Making good investment decisions depends on the quality of the business case. But few managers are trained in this black art, and it often shows. Designed for the novice, this hands-on, practical course walks delegates through a seven-step process with a simple business example.
From defining the opportunity, to creating an implementation plan, this programme will help managers present their recommendations in a way that informs and inspires the audience, whilst covering all the basic requirements of a business case.