Get your idea off the ground. Youave got a great idea that will increase revenue or boost productivityabut how do you get the buy-in you need to make it happen? By building a business case that clearly shows your ideaas value. Thatas not always easy: Maybe youare not sure what kind of data your stakeholders will trust. Or perhaps youare intimidated by number crunching. The HBR Guide to Building Your Business Case, written by project management expert Raymond Sheen, gives you the guidance and tools you need to make a strong case. Youall learn how to: ac Spell out the business need for your idea ac Align your case with strategic goals ac Build the right team to shape and test your idea ac Calculate the return on investment ac Analyze risks and opportunities ac Present your case to stakeholders|naCCurate CountS in system lead to too many or too few parts ordered. 5. Pull parts for kits Stockroom manually pulls parts for kits, and system automatically subtracts inventory. If stockroom is short, system requires manual parts order.
|Title||:||HBR Guide to Building Your Business Case (HBR Guide Series)|
|Publisher||:||Harvard Business Review Press - 2015-06-16|