Business Case


Someone has got a great idea…you think. But how do you know if it really is a good idea, and one worth an investment of resources? And how do you get buy-in to move forward if it is? Business cases serve two purposes. First, they lead analysts through a series of steps to help determine the business value of a proposed project. Second, they provide a structured framework for presenting and justifying an idea. Do you have an idea that you want to put forward?

Our Business Case Template can help you organize your information and present a solid case. This template is an MS Word document with an executive summary and example tables for presenting costs and benefits. If you need more detailed help in writing your business case, our Developing an Effective Business Case is a 1 day class dedicated to this topic.

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Business Case Template

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Identify your team’s analysis skills gaps.

Requirements Package

Completely define business and functional project requirements.

Requirements Validation

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Estimating Analysis Time

Track, stakeholders, the time needed and dependencies.

Happy Meeting Box

Set meeting expectations and ensure you are prepared.

Mentoring Relationship

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RFP Response

Identify your solution requirements and how your vendors stack up against them.

Decision Making

Plan and track your project decisions.

System Interface

Analyze and communicate system interface and data migration requirements.

Facilitated Session

Plan for thorough requirements gathering sessions.

Collaboration Model

Set role expectations and communicate each member’s contribution.

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