August 28 – Webinar (APMG) – Laying the foundations for Project Success

Geoff Rankins, Inspiring Projects
Geoff Rankins, Inspiring Projects

Geoff Rankins, Inspiring Projects, will at 4PM CET explain how a well-prepared Business Case is essential for enabling evidence-based decision making.

Better Business Cases is a systematic and objective approach to all stages of the business case development process. It supports management at key decision points along the investment lifecycle. It provides management with the opportunity to engage stakeholders to ensure buy-in for successful investment outcomes.

risques de succèsThe Better Business Cases guidance is based on the Five Cases Model, the UK government’s best practice approach to planning spending proposals and enabling effective business decisions. This provides a step by step guide to developing a business case, by:

  • Establishing a clear justification for intervention – a case for change;
  • Setting clear objectives – what you want to achieve from the investment;
  • Considering a wide range of potential solutions – ensuring an optimal balance of benefits, cost and risk;
  • Putting the arrangements in place to successfully deliver the proposal.

Register for this webinar to find out how Better Business Cases will enable your organisation to reduce costs using a standard, scalable and consistent approach that supports effective and efficient decision-making.

The webinar will be presented by Geoff Rankins from Inspiring Projects. Geoff is an experienced consultant and project director with 35+ years of experience helping clients manage change. His experience covers diverse industry sectors including Federal, State and local Government, ASX50 corporations, SMEs, Universities and not-for-profits.

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