Learning Circuits: Explaining E-Learning to ExecutivesLearning Circuits: Explaining E-Learning to Executives
As you begin to draft your business case, you also will need to develop a strategy for managing changes. Your business case will require various revisions, no doubt, before it's presented to management. Who decides when a change is needed? Who makes the change? What kind of change warrants issuance of a revision number? Do all changes, no matter how minor, call for a new revision number? How are changes tracked? What's the difference between a major and minor change? How are changes made to the case communicated to others? Those are the types of questions you will need to answer as you begin to construct your business case.
The major elements of your business case are as follows...
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