Business cases can be intimidating; however, it is important for L&D organizations to embrace this process of gaining stakeholder buy-in by presenting opportunities for strategic improvement within the enterprise. This document focuses on three aspects of presenting a business case: 1) Business Problem, 2) Proposed Solution, and 3) Cost-Benefit Analysis (ROI) including some thought provoking questions to consider when planning your case.
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