A Business Case traditionally is a document that defines the core business benefit of a project in order to justify the expenditure of the initiative.
Business Cases help decision-makers choose between project options, and are used for strategy prioritization and internal budget approval.
They are presented to the relevant internal stakeholders, including people who can give budget approval.
Business Cases, which come before Project Plans, have a narrower focus, including a presentation of the problem, options, finances, risks and benefits.
In this theme, you will learn how to initialize and evaluate a Business Case, create a macro-scheduling and assign generic resources in order to have an estimate of Costs and Effort.
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