Enacting change within an organisation is challenging, so it may not be surprising to hear that there is substantial evidence to assert that “more than 70% of all organisational change initiatives fail”.
This alarming statistic also aligns with The Standish Group’s 2020 CHAOS report, which estimates that only 29% of software projects are considered successful.
Fortunately, there is a plethora of research and case studies that support best practices for successful project outcomes and point to goal-setting and stakeholder buy-in as crucial. Notably, these can be achieved with the preparation of a well-drafted business case.
So, if your legal department wants to succeed with an initiative, whether that be a strategic project, sourcing technology you desperately need, garnering additional resources, or seeking investment for a panel review, then a compelling and robust business case will be required.
If you are overwhelmed by the idea of a business case and having to ‘pitch’ for what you need, then this guide is for you. We will provide tips, steps and practical examples of how to design and deliver a strong and persuasive business case and successfully engage with your stakeholders.
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