Business case development
Investors and other stakeholders, whether private or public sector, expect thorough and well documented business cases for new investment proposals.
A good business case will clearly align with an organisation’s strategic goals and priorities, evidence the benefits expected and assess alternative ways to achieve them. This includes estimating the time and other resources required to achieve benefits and describing the risks.
Hunter Group understands the expectations and approaches of the public and private sectors.
When working in the private sector we understand how to create a business case that is well
designed and provides information targeted to its audiences.
We can work with existing templates and standards or tailor an approach that takes into account factors such as the nature of the investment, the culture of the organisation, cost and risk considerations, stakeholder involvement requirements and time constraints.
Our public sector business case work is undertaken in accordance with the Better Business Cases ‘five case’ approach agreed by Cabinet.
We have developed many business cases for government departments and crown entities. This includes all steps, from investment logic mapping, through options
development and analysis, to the development of the various types of business cases and other documents that follow – at programme and project level.
We have specialist skills in the facilitation of options development and analysis and, for very large and risky cases, we have access to risk quantification experts.
Business case development brings together Hunter Group's commercial and financial expertise, as well as many years of programme design and successful programme and change management.
Our extensive experience means that the effort required to prepare your business case will be proportionate to the value of your proposed investment and its risks.