Writing Effective Business Cases

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Overview

​Learn the steps to effective business case development and support your strategic business recommendations with sound budgeting and financial back-up. The one course you need to make high-impact recommendations and receive full management support for your ideas.

Intended Audience

​This skills-intensive workshop is ideal for experienced managers, directors and corporate officers who regularly develop and present budgets, business plans and recommendations.


At Completion

​Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Develop requirements for software-intensive systems using proven methodologies
  • Apply use cases to software development initiatives
  • Build a use case-based requirements model
  • Write user stories and brief, casual, fully developed use cases
  • Model user interface using mock-ups and develop a data model
  • Validate requirements, manage the changes and keep traceability

Prerequisites

​No prerequisites - This course suitable for both novices and experienced people who need to develop and justify the business case. It is recommended that participants complete the BA01 – Business Analysis Essentials course prior to enrolling.


Exams & Certifications


Materials

  • ​Full Student Guide
  • Business case template

Course Outline

Section 1: Introduction

  • Purpose of a business case
  • Who is involved
  • What to look out for
  • Define the business case elements

Section 2: Building the business case for new ideas

  •  Overcoming financial, managerial and organizational barriers to new concepts and strategies
  • Using the Business Case approach to compel others to support your vision for success
  • Financial and strategic measurement tools

Section 3: Five key steps when planning and presenting a business case

  • Step 1: Problem/ Opportunity Identification

  • Step 2: Analysis of Success Drivers/Impediments

  • Step 3: Presenting Strategic & Tactical Alternatives

  • Step 4: Comprehensive Evaluation & Recommendations

  • Step 5: Implementation & Action Planning

Section 4: Analyzing your Business case

  • Financial analysis
  • Risk analysis
  • Feasibility analysis

Section 5: Presenting the business case to your organization

  • Communicating with your audience
  • Identifying critical decision criteria and objectives
  • How to package and present your case for maximum impact
  • Anticipating and responding to challenges

Section 6: Additional resources

  • Other useful books and links on business cases

 

 

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