Identify for whom and/or for which organisation you will be
writing the business case document. (You should choose people
and/or an organisation that at least one person in your group knows
a lot about, such as a group member's current or past employer.
Alternatively, you may choose people and organisations that are
written about regularly in the business press, as there should be
lots of publicly available information about them.Identify an
innovation that you believes could be reasonably discussed as the
subject of the business case. The innovation you choose should have
the potential to be developed sustainably over a commercially
viable period of time.
Consider and evaluate the possible business models that could be used to realise the opportunities inherent in the innovation.
Develop the business case document based on the business template provided in class. This will require you to write a business case with five separate sections: 1) The problem; 2) Benefits; 3) Strategic response; 4) Project options analysis; and 5) Delivery of recommended solution
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