Turning ideas into outcomes sometimes means you need new investment, funding, or a major reallocation of resources.

Innovation and reform often requires major adjustments to service delivery, organisational design, or budget. The time horizons available to turn ideas into outcomes is shrinking, and leaders need to be able to rapidly plan and marshall new resources.

Developing a robust business case is often the key to success.

SpencerMaurice helps our clients to speed up the business case development process. Our consultants have proven track records developing business cases that achieve successful funding of new programs of work, organisational growth, and public sector reforms.

We use proven methodologies and a comprehensive approach to business case development. Our approach provides a pathway from definition of strategic objectives and options development, through to financial analysis, short listing, and Executive endorsement of the strategic business case.

Our methodologies align with NSW Treasury requirements, as outlined in the TPP18-06 NSW Government Business Case Guidelines.

  • Current state assessment
  • Building the case for change
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Collaboration workshops to develop options
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Financial Appraisal
  • Financial Impact Analysis
  • Shortlisting of options
  • Business case submissions

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