To present an effective business case
To present an effective business case, you should provide information about the following:
1. The problem or opportunity needing to be addressed.
2. Your proposed solution and why it’s the best option for addressing the problem or taking advantage of the opportunity.
3. The expected costs of implementing your solution and any potential risks associated with it, such as a delay in implementation or unfavorable customer feedback.
4. The anticipated benefits, including time savings and increased revenue or customer satisfaction.
5. A timeline for implementation and any measurable indicators that can be used to track success after launch.
Your presentation should also include financials, such as projected ROI (return on investment) over a certain period of time, and an assessment of the potential risk/reward ratio. Finally, you should provide a clear call to action for your audience, and explain how exactly they should respond.
Good luck! I’m looking forward to seeing what creative solutions the class can come up with. Remember to make sure your business case is sound and well-supported in order for it to be convincing and effective. Happy presenting!