• Business Process Improvement

  • Organization Communication

  • Change Facilitation

  • Mentorship Facilitation

  • Fixed Asset Management Services

  • Project Management

  • OpenAsset Fixed Asset Management Software

  • Project Governance

  • Verification exercise

  • Business Case Preparation

Business Case Preparation

One of the most important steps in projects that are constantly under looked is the preparation of a compelling business case. A large number of projects in organisations have no business cases at all or business cases that are not compelling enough.

We will provide you with a complete step-by-step approach for preparing business cases. We define an approach for cost-benefit analysis & business case development that will significantly reduce the frustration experienced within your company. At the heart of our methodology is a comprehensive set of templates and instructions designed specifically for project teams, analysts and managers. Given in mostly non-financial language, project managers (and the individuals "volunteered" to prepare the business cases) will appreciate step-by-step guidance on how to thoroughly analyze a project proposal. Ther analysis is essential not only to convince management that the project idea is a good one but to validate for the project team (and sponsor) that the

project is also a good strategic fit/investment for the company.

Our methodology stresses that returns are not just limited to financial returns. They include many non-financial elements as well. We emphasize the people-side of project planning such as doing an organizational impact analysis and a project team member analysis. These activities all contribute to yielding greater non-financial returns such as improved teamwork, better communication and higher morale. Although difficult to quantify, they are generally acknowledged to lead to greater efficiency and more profits for the company in the medium and long term.

We will how to;

  • Financially justify your project to key business leaders.
  • Write a business case that concisely presents the benefits of change.
  • Assess the financial impacts of your solution including calculating Net Present Value (NPV) and ROI.
  • Assess feasibility of projects.

The end result of ther methodology is the creation of a professional business case that will enjoy a far smoother ride toward approval and ultimate success in implementation, which is what senior management and shareholders care about most.