A business case is a document used to justify investment in a proposed project.
Definition: A Business Case is used to get management commitment & approval for investment in business change programs. ogc.gov.uk
VIDEO – What is a Business Case?
In this video, we look at how to write a business case, three areas you need to concentrate on when developing your business case, and links to sample templates and tutorials.
Business Case Template
You can use this Business Case template (MS Word 22 pages) to outline the Business Need, Current Process, Services, Expected Benefits, Change Analysis, Cost estimate, Cost/Benefit Analysis, and Project Schedule. You can easily modify this MS Word template, which includes sample text in each chapter to get you started.
File Format: MS Word (.docx)
File Size: The download file is 4 MBs.
Opening the Files: You don’t need any special software to unzip the files. To unzip the files, right click on it, then select Extract, and save it to your computer
Getting Started: Depending on your MS Office settings, the files may say Read Only when you open them. If this occurs, click File, Save As and save the files. There are no security settings on any of the files.
Images: All of the images in the templates are copyright free.
The Business Case templates are in Microsoft Word format and can be downloaded online for only $9.99.
The template pack includes the following documents:
- 2 x Business Case Templates
- Page count: 22 pages
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