Change Management
Practice Areas
Business Case Development
  • IT & Telecom

  • Communications & Entertainment

  • Marketing & Communications

  • ​Financial & Professional Services

  • Architecture

  • Design & Engineering 

  • Energy

  • Resources & Infrastructure

When the project objectives, scope and approach are defined, often the next step is to determine how the project stakeholders (eg: staff, suppliers, unions, franchisees) will be engaged. Engaging them so as they are participants on the journey, rather than antagonists is a key part of project success – and lies at the heart of change management. At a high level, his journey can be broken into three stages:

  1. Clarifying the future state, or ‘To Be’ that must be achieved.

  2. Understanding the current state or ‘As Is’ that is to be left behind

  3. Working out “how”, (some organized process) for getting from the one to the other.


Summarized below are several projects that Strategies & Solutions have undertaken where Change Management played a significant part in success.

Many organizations are often faced with opportunities to improve their business, but lack the independence or internal skills to develop a rigorous business case to assist management in making a well-informed “Go/No-Go” decisions. A good business case will clearly explain the value (sales/savings etc.), cost (time/funding/opportunity costs etc.) effort (resources/behavioral change etc/) and risk (business & project risks etc.) as well as outline implementation options/recommendations. Outlined below is a selection of our experiences in building business cases.


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