HOW TO…write a business case

Taylor, Neil
September 2010
People Management;9/2/2010, p31
The article offers tips on how human resource (HR) professionals should write a business case that will encourage the management to provide the desired resources. The business case should explain the advantage of such proposal to the organization and it should begin with a conclusion. The business case should also reflect the writer's honesty and enthusiasm.


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