Alongside a carefully constructed solution design, a robust business case is one of the most important outputs from the scoping phase. It's where the rubber meets the road.
In this episode, Jason and Joe delve into the core components of a well put together business case, looking at the practicalities as well as the strategic side of this task. Listen in as they discuss why a business case should always be led by the sponsor (with support and input from finance), and why a good transformation business case is as much about telling a compelling story as it is about number crunching.
1. Programme sponsorship
2. Problem definition
3. Preparing for change
4. Requirements gathering
5. Vision, objectives and design principles
6. Governance and decision making
7. Methodology and approach
8. Programme management capability
9. Solution design capability
10. Business case
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This episode was recorded and produced by Matt Gore of icon business media.
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The podcast that provides practical guidance for successful business transformation.