Making the Case for Change
We assist organisations with developing robust business cases that stand up to scrutiny, and support change and improvement initiatives. Our work identifies tangible business benefits and measurable performance objectives, showing clearly the return on any investment.
At Kynsale we take a pragmatic approach to the challenges of building a case for change. We have developed our own methodology and tools that have been used across many different business sectors to create a robust case for change, that has been utilised to support a wide variety of change and improvement initiatives.
We also work with organisations to identify and adopt meaningful ways of measuring performance. Using the information intelligently to drive improvements and business change. We have solutions for establishing measurement frameworks and creating reporting and monitoring tools that engage the business in a meaningful way.
Businesses always want to deliver improvements and achieve financial savings, but sometimes don't necessarily have an approach for prioritising initiatives and quantifying what they will achieve in tangible terms. When it comes to prioritising areas of focus there may be many options available, limited budgets, and opportunities need to be evaluated and considered carefully.
Kynsale have developed a rapid opportunity assessment framework that enables us to work with businesses to quickly scope and evaluate business operations to identify areas of opportunity and 'quick wins'. These areas are usually substantiated with a high-level benefits analysis showing what could be achieved.
To make the case for change or gain business support and stakeholder buy-in, change initiatives have to demonstrate value. We utilise our Rapid Opportunity Assessment Framework approach and toolset to quickly help organisations identify opportunities, prove value and prioritise focus.
Business Case & ROI
We create business cases and ROI models based on real data and evidence to help organisations make informed decisions.
Whatever the initiative or investment needed, organisations need to make informed decisions based on an understanding of the real business benefits that can be achieved. The business case and return on investment timescales can be influenced heavily by business priorities, the approach, and their capability to execute change.
Our work identifies a robust set of business benefits and uses real data to quantify the benefits in real terms. We assess the dependencies and implications on the business realising these benefits and adjust the values to reflect probability, risk and timelines for return. This delivers a measurable professional assessment that stands up to scrutiny.