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Don’t Just Build Your Business Case for a Learning Platform, Prove It!
January 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
When considering a new learning platform, obtaining buy-in from the executive team and access to the appropriate budget is a key first step. But how can you build this all-important business case while also mitigating the risk involved in implementing new systems? That’s where the Proof of Concept comes in!
When building a business case for a learning platform, there are some basic things you need to cover: justification for why you need one, costs and projected ROI, risks and benefits, options to consider, and numbers to support your argument.
But what really matters is whether or not what you are proposing is actually going to work! Will it produce the intended results and return on investment that you are promising and hoping for? That’s what we’ll cover in this session: a method and process for building a business case that puts you and your teammates into a real-world, immersive experience of what you are proposing.
In a very purpose-driven, intentional, and results-oriented way, we will detail a process that helps you confidently approach decision-makers not just with a business argument and a proposal for change or investment, but with results from a high-fidelity, small scale, proof-of-concept. Between a solid business argument and early results demonstrated in a model environment, senior leadership will grasp the precise reasons why a learning platform will optimize your entire L&D operation and therefore have a hard time saying “no” and looking the other way.
Move beyond the standard RFP and implement a PoC model to build an effective business case for your next learning platform.
Register now for this HR.com webinar with Christian Weibell, Chief Product Officer at eLearning Brothers, and Jon Tota, Product Design at eLearning Brothers.