40 tools, techniques and templates for drafting a majority of your collaborative business cases in-house.
This seminar unpacks the 230-page, SSA Business Case Toolbox and provides over 40 tools, techniques and templates to draft key elements of a collaborative business case with in-house staff.
Step 1: Explore why style is as important as substance in a collaborative working business case.
Step 2: Developing the options in the shared vision document, deciding on the level of ambition for the options and identifying the governance choices for each of them.
Step 3: Identifying which of the 16 techniques for developing the economic case in a shared service/collaboration business case can be achieved by an in-house team, or whether they should be put out to consultancy.
Step 4: Learn to collaboratively value the non-financial benefits, measure return on investment, assess the up-front costs of an option and carry out due diligence on partners.
Step 5: How to harness the decision-making processes of each partner, to release the business plan only when it will be well received. Then how to create a synchronised sign-off process.
This is a pathway session to the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.
The fee for attending this seminar is £399 +VAT per delegate (discounts apply for multiple bookings)Register / More Details
To enquire about holding an in-house seminar for groups of 8 or more (we will come to you) and the discounts/benefits involved, please email Magda Zurba
Ratings from past delegates
“The ease of using the in-house techniques was very helpful.”
Excellent information, guidance and lecturer.”
Fantastic info & in-depth – would happily spend more time on this.”
Loved the encouragement for a DIY approach.”
I am confident that most of this can be done in-house or with minimal external help/advice.”
The programme provides you not only with the tools to smooth the path for effective collaboration, but also has changed my thought processes when working in this area.”