So, you need to write a business case to secure funding for your new project or programme? No idea where to start? You’re in the right place. This post is volume 1 of a 3-part series on writing a top-notch business case that will provide a robust case for investment and knock the socks off your Council, board or funder.
Problem definition is the first and most vital step in any change process, investment proposal, business case or initiative planning. Despite this, it is often rushed or missed out entirely. Organisations who are considering a new project tend to think they understand their issues – in fact, they usually think they have the answer too! Continue reading “But Why? So What? Problem Definition using the Annoying Question Method.”