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describe your vision of the future

Moreover, it should only contain enough information to help decision making. When writing a business case keep the following in mind:

  • the document should be brief and convey only the bare essentials,
  • make it interesting, clear and concise,
  • eliminate conjecture and minimise jargon,
  • describe your vision of the future,
  • demonstrate the value and benefits the project brings to the business, and
  • keep the number of authors to a minimum to ensure consistent style and readability.

The project sponsor is responsible for preparing the business case.

However, all appropriate team members should contribute to its development. Likewise, subject matter experts from other functions ― finance, HR, IT, service delivery, and so on ― can provide specialist information.

What’s more, those writing the business case should have a thorough understanding of the project’s aims and be able to merge the varied and potentially complex plans into one document using the following business case template.