No project is going to get off the ground until it gets the okay from management. Think of the Business Case as your project's launching pad. This is where you sell, sell, sell to the decision-makers in your organization--justifying your proposal in a clear, concise and above all persuasive manner. Construct your report and present your case in a way that speaks to the business goals of the whole business, and you've taken your first step toward success.
Cut right to the heart of matters with targeted "microprocesses." These quick, concise processes are designed to get you through sticky situations and over major hurdles in all aspects of project management. Keep your focus and stay on track so you can bring in more successful projects. If you can get the little things right, the big success is sure to follow.
Getting off the ground starts with a business case. This project plan is the first giant step you'll need to move forward with your proposed project.
Effective project change control allows you to maintain the proper focus needed to complete projects on time and on budget. Changes to a project are inevitable; the trick is to exercise good judgment and handle change in a streamlined, non-bureaucratic way. Change Control is the process used to properly integrate or postpone requests for changes to the project's scope into the project budget and completion schedule. This plan is designed to help you implement an efficient and effective method of change control within your project management framework.