Initial Business Case Development.pdf
Business cases can be useful in relating various value propositions to the success of the organization. In developing business cases, value propositions are aligned with the organization's prioritization criteria and consolidated with the current initiatives. This book explains how to conduct a cost/benefit analysis and how to analyze risk and return of value propositions. It describes how to map value propositions against improvement matrices as well as how to prioritize value propositions. It also discusses how to review and approve initial business cases.
Defining Organizational Driving Factors Identify Benchmarks and Leading Practices Conduct gap Analysis Develop Value Propositions Review and Obtain Approval of the Value Propositions with the Executive Team