Beginning with the end in mind, it is important for those developing business cases for the organization’s various ongoing operations and proposed initiative alternatives to do so in such a way that leaders can compare the cost and benefits of the proposed activities. Only when leaders can make a one-to-one comparison can they clearly understand the overall value contribution a given initiative and, subsequently, the portfolio of initiatives have for the organization. Therefore, business case developers should use a common, pre-established set of cost and benefits identification standards.
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