business case and plan

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Define Business Case and explain the difference between a Business Case and a Business Plan.

What is the relationship between systems analysts and stakeholders? This relationship has a significant impact on a business case that is developed around and idea or proposal.

Identify 7 common reasons why projects fail and explain how a business case can mitigate the risks associated with them.

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Running head: BUSINESS CASE

Business Case and Plan



A business case refers to a document that describes why a business or rather a project is
initiated and is designed to help in decision making as the impacts of various decisions are
captured in the case (Remenyi & Sherwood, 2012). A business plan, on the other hand, refers to
a document that describes the way business is going to be started and operated in the industry as
well as how it will achieve its set goals and objectives. The major differences between a business
case and a business plan are; business cases are made to facilitate easy and quality decision
making while a business plan is used to show how a firm will start and achieve its set goals. A
business plan states the main goals for a ...

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