Build a strong ERP business case using robust analysis. Investigate the following areas as part of building your business case so that each part is strong.
You might ask “What is the importance of project scope?” We all hear about successful projects being within scope, delivered on time and within the assigned budget and yet a large number of project fail to do these things. The reason? Not treating project scope as important. The importance of project scope The project scope … Read moreThe importance of project scope
Ever been in a meeting and watched someone have a profound realisation? His realisation was that the reason his sectors projects fail is because the wrong people are writing the business cases. I could easily identify from my own experience of five people who shouldn’t write a business case. This also got me thinking about this very issue of who is the best person to write the business case?
Writing a winning business case is easy, when you know how. If you understand the key things that need to be included and how to go about gathering the information, your job is easier.
Here is a podcast that I recorded that might provide you with some useful guidance.
Following a discussion I had last night about the issues surrounding benefits tracking for the business AFTER a project has been implemented, or more to the point, the difficulties in doing this, I got to thinking about this whole dilemma. Here are my thoughts:
Today I want to look at some of the reasons why a business case gets turned down. Here are the top 5 reasons that I have seen over my time recently, reviewing business cases. What can you learn from this when you next need to write a business case?