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proposed solutions and delivery bols should also be included in the corporate business case.
So in this video, we're going to talk about what should be included in the proposed solutions portion and the delivery herbal section of the Kobe Business case.
Proposed solutions in your Business case.
The proposed solution sections can include the number of phases there will be in your implementation of a nightie governance program.
For example, Corporation X may only have two phases development of the program and implementation of the program.
You may want to include more phases depending on the organization's work culture. I t implementation methods such as agile waterfall, etcetera.
There should also be a phase for monitoring the program's success and improvement to mitigate any gaps.
What is the scope of each of the phases?
What will it include and what will it not include?
Set realistic expectations of what I T governance will look like within the enterprise.
If you commit to too much, you may not be able to successfully complete or uphold the objectives.
Additionally, it could become too complex.
It's not to say to you that you should narrow the scope, but just be realistic of what should be included in order to be complete in what you set out to dio
include the methodology. Your governance program will take a swell.
For example, Corporation X may want to conduct workshops to gather feedback on the current state of I T. What the goals are. How to remain competitive, How to manage risk, etcetera.
From there, you can find tune what your business objectives are.
Is it to utilize the Internet in a secure manner for additional business and to manage risk
from their focus on your I T operations and how it can fulfill these business objectives you've gathered through your workshops.
What will the deliverables of your I T governance program be
include that in your business case for senior management so they know how the program will be monitored?
Examples could be different. Types of reports
include who will be. The recipient of these reports is well
detailed. Reports could go to business managers and can include prioritized business objectives, I t related risks and other challenges that need to be addressed.
Progress reports may go to executives and the program manager of where the organization is currently at what is needed, How much has gotten done, whether it is within budget and the time frame that was agreed upon.
Consolidated Group reporting could also go to business managers and or senior executives.
This report includes progress from business units and specific requirements of risk committees.
This will relate to the different business units that are within the scope of the governance program and interact with I. T. Resource is
in relation to the example of Corporation X the entire organization, maybe in the scope of adopting new technologies and optimizing risk. So these consolidated group reports will give information on how each of the business units is adopting and adapting to the new technologies and including any additional risks
that you may need to manage.
Financial reporting can report on the program budget versus the actual amount spent.
This can allow for high level decisions to be made if more resource is need to be allocated or what can be changed so that the program remains within budget.
Knowledge sharing could be a deliverable of this program
for information on how to use new technologies for new users to get up to speed quickly.
Benefit monitoring will also allow for the program to create new benefits.
For example, if these new technologies are adding value to the organization, that could be a delivery able to business managers and senior leaders
take a moment to think. What deliverables would you include in your business case?
In this video, we talked about the elements of a proposed solutions portion of a business case, along with the delivery bols portion.
Program Risk and Stakeholders
Cost Benefit Analysis, Challenges and Success Factors