After two years in the public sector, I started my consulting career at PwC in 2010. Throughout my time there I developed a broad set of consulting skills designing and implementing large scale change...
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A good investment case takes you from a broad idea of what you want to do through to a clear, robust and measurable case for doing it. The case should be built on real facts and detail, and forge a practical path of action, so you can see exactly what the benefits will be, how much it will cost and how you are going to go about it. In short, it’s the foundation for a confident, informed decision to go ahead.
If you get it wrong, you are going to be under pressure all the way through an initiative. If you get it right - if you’re clear and accurate on your benefits and costs and everyone has bought into it, because they believe in the sense of what you’re doing and what’s involved - everything can flow from there.
We have extensive experience building business cases and developing broader investment related frameworks across a range of industries and different situations.
What you should be thinking about when writing your business case.
Royal Mail asked us to explore how they could make the letters market more profitable.
Do you have a great idea to change your business, but need the numbers to back it up? Or maybe you need help convincing other parts of the business that your project can bring benefits? Or perhaps you just want reassurance that your business case stacks up before you take it further? If so, we may be able to help. If you would like to talk through these, or any similar challenges you might be facing, feel free to contact us.
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