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6 Stage Methodology to Build a Persuasive Business Case

  1. Explore your organization
  2. Identify areas of value
  3. Form your strategy
  4. Assemble supporting data
  5. Build your business case
  6. Engage stakeholders

A social intranet is a strategic investment that helps your organization meet its overall business goals, as well as increase employee productivity.

While most organizations accept they need an intranet, not all stakeholders are aware of the value a modern intranet can deliver, which can make it hard to build a strong business case for a new or better site.

This eWorkbook shows you how you can change perceptions and deliver a compelling business case to implement a modern social intranet.

More specifically, it takes you through a six-stage methodology to build a persuasive business case.

On the way it explores the specific steps you need to take, all the information you need to gather, and details useful tips and tricks. A handy checklist is also provided.


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