Business Case Template

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4 Slides
File size: 16:9
Fonts: Lato Black, Calibri
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PPT 2010, PPT 2013, PPT 2016

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A business case is at the heart of any project and outlines the justification for undertaking the project. It is intended to convince key decision-makers of the merits of a particular course of action by describing the benefits, costs, and impact, plus a calculation of the financial case. It would contain the reasons for project, the options available, the benefits of options, the cost evaluation, the timescales, and risk assessment. It can also be used to determine how the success of the project or investment will be measured to be able to ensure that any promised improvements can and will be delivered. A business cases enables those approving the resources to analyses the rationale for the project by assessing the economics and impact of the project and comparing these against other factors, such as the major risks and the prevailing political environment. It can also be used as a tool to priorities the various initiatives.

Build a strong business case for who, what, when, where and why. Writing a strong and complete business case can make all the difference. Ideal for project managers and professionals looking to gain-executive buy-in, this template gives you the visual guidance that you need to build a case that’s effective and sure to produce intended outcomes. This PowerPoint template is colorful, full of illustrations and completely customizable. Available in four design variations, each slide has specific sector examples, including: banking and finance, construction and manufacturing, and healthcare. You can customize the fields and text to mirror your business needs. Through open text fields, you can express the problems with the current business situation and demonstrate the benefits of the new business vision that you propose. Whether you’re looking to grow your team, take on a new project, request additional budget or build in new process, this business case template is a persuasive approach to gaining buy-in.

Business Case Template will be primarily useful for project managers. You can use this template to describe the main work on a project. For example, you can specify functional links between specialists who will work on this project. You can also indicate the required resources and the timing of the work. Occupational safety and health managers can also use this template when preparing materials for careful handling of equipment and compliance with safety regulations. For example, you can describe the procedure for identifying and repairing equipment. Also, this template can be used by marketers and advertising specialists when preparing information about an advertising company and its perception by various social groups of the population. Startup executives can use the slides in this template when preparing a description of the main stages of production of a new product and strategies for selling the product to new markets. Business trainers and university educators can use this template when preparing courses on business planning and building a successful company. Department leaders can use this template to prepare materials that will allow them to quickly train new employees and familiarize them with the corporate culture. Business Case Template will be a worthy addition to your collection of professional business presentations.