Develop a Sound HR Business Case to Accelerate Buy-In
Articulate and track projected success.
Gathering and quantifying benefits can be difficult, especially where baseline information is unavailable or requires estimation.
Many decisions are not made entirely on a cost-benefit basis.
HR initiatives are often denied or postponed because of a lack of organizational buy-in.
Do your due diligence to ensure success. Making the effort to articulate and track the benefits and costs of an initiative will save you time, money, and headache in the long run through increased buy-in and cost-benefit projections that help calculate ROI.
Impact and Result
Understand the drivers for decision making in your organization and the way initiatives are evaluated.
Compile a compelling business case that provides stakeholders with sufficient information to make decisions confidently.
Evaluate proposed HR initiatives as “apples to apples” using a standardized and repeatable methodology.
Provide a mechanism for tracking initiative performance during and after implementation.
Develop a Sound HR Business Case to Accelerate Buy-In Research & Tools
1. Define initiative objectives and requirements
Outline evaluation criteria and plan resources for
business case development.
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What Is a Blueprint?
A blueprint is designed to be a roadmap, containing a methodology and the tools and templates you need to solve your HR problems.
Each blueprint can be accompanied by a Guided Implementation that provides you access to our world-class analysts to help you get through the project.