Scenario; you have been using a “temp” for the past six months and that arrangement has been working well, however, to save money your partner believes that the “temp” must go and the work they have been doing pushed to other full time staff. You would like to not only keep the “temp” but move them in to a regular full time position. You need to convince your partner that your idea makes good business sense.
An ideal approach for this situation, or for just about any business decision that needs to be made, involves developing a “Business Case”. A Business Case forces the creator to lay out their plan in such a way as to show, clearly, that the proposed idea is a workable one, addresses the problem or issue at hand, and makes good business sense.
This two hour session will show participants how to use a Business Case template to clearly lay out the problem, do a SWOT analysis, identify options, and address potential questions which potential reviewers of the Business Case are anticipated to ask.
The session is facilitated by an experienced business coach, is very informal, and is delivered in a small group format so that each participant has an opportunity to have their questions answered.
We believe participants will find the session very informative and that they will come away from the session with a great tool to improve the decision making process.
Contact us to receive information on the next available group.