New Business Case Mini Courses Begin March 5


Watermark Learning’s new series of Bulletproof Business Case Mini Courses begins on March 5, with Part 1, What to Include and Who to Involve. The new series of Mini Courses responds to the need that a clear and relevant business case is an essential ingredient to successful projects.

Through this new series of course segments, students will learn a repeatable process that starts with identifying business needs and ends with a bulletproof business case. This series will be offered only as online virtual classes. Students can attend each segment independently as stand-alone courses or attend each one as a continuing series. Here are the topics for each course segment and links to the course descriptions:

Part 1: Business Cases: What to Include and Who to Involve
Part 2: Define the Business Need: Understanding the Situation
Part 3: Root Cause Analysis
Part 4: Making Sound Recommendations
Part 5: Cost-Benefit Analysis
Part 6: Business Case Benefit Projections

 

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President and Founder of Watermark Learning, Richard Larson has over 30 years of experience in business analysis, project management, training, and consulting. He has presented workshops and seminars to thousands of participants on five different continents. Rich is a frequent speaker at Business Analysis and Project Management conferences and IIBA® and PMI® chapters around the world. His articles have appeared in BA Times, Project Times, Modern Analyst, RQNG, and related publications. Richard is on the writing team for the 3rd edition of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK), was the Review Chair for the BABOK versions 1.6 and 2.0, and was co-lead for the Collect Requirements chapter of the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 4th edition. He and his wife Elizabeth Larson have co-authored three books, The Influencing Formula, CBAP Certification Study Guide, and Requirements Management.

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