So often, in my experience, the case for a project has been made well before the business case has been written – in which case the business case is written entirely to confirm some managers whim that his pet project is a good idea. I once had to write a long, in depth business case, … Continue reading The business case
Benefit Analysis How does a business work out what the benefits will be? Following on from my post on the Benefits Realisation Process, I devised a method for this. Log the benefit – spreadsheets work well for this Record the value, use of time saved etc Classify the benefit Classification Cashable, non cashable, intangible, … Continue reading Benefit Analysis – what are your benefits going to be?
To recap on my previous post managers who commission a project need to think about the following: Be clear about the benefits they are buying - your project is costing £xxx what are you getting for that money? Are you sure? failing projects do not have brilliant business cases That in most cases you can trace … Continue reading How to make sure your project has benefits!
Many people are aware of the old adage Perfect Planning Prevents P*** Poor Performance but very few people really take this to heart, however I have found it a perfect way to remember to put the effort in up front in order to ensure success in any project. In my experience, many bosses are reluctant … Continue reading P P P P P P Planning..