Business Case - Best Practices for Success with Klaus Nielsen
DescriptionTopics: Business Skill Enhancement | Project Management | Benefits Realization | Time Management Scheduling
The purpose of a business case is to document the justification for the undertaking of the project; to gain management commitment; to provide a framework for planning and management of the business change; and enable you to monitor and measure the realization of the benefits of the project—but that’s easier said than done. However, many practitioners are familiar with the concept of a business case, yet we are rarely talking about the same kind of business case and content/quality seems to vary.
In this seminar, we will cover the common best practice elements found in a business case such as project description/context, strategic alignment, financial case, risk assessment, alternative evaluation, project plan, economic case, stakeholder analysis, executive summary, commercial case, and change management. Each element will be illustrated by a range of tools and techniques from across the globe.
This seminar utilizes an engaging hands-on approach, and participants in groups will work throughout the seminar on an ongoing business case which will be developed, presented and discussed. For each element of the business case the participants will have the opportunity to work with various templates, tools/techniques and approaches.
After the seminar, the comprehensive training material contains all you need to apply the tools and techniques, combined with a library of great templates.
What You Will Learn
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Enjoy extensive business case knowledge
- Apply the dozens of comprehensive, concise, ready-to-use tools
- Enhance problem solving skills
- Apply communications and presentation skills
- Improve team working skills
- Emphasize knowledge sharing
- Acquire countless tips and nuggets from the facilitator and participants
- Network across the community
- Have fun while learning/working
PDU Allocation Table
|CAPM / PMP / PgMP||4.5||2||7.5||14.00|
|PMI-ACP / Agile*||4.5||2||7.5||14.00|