Understanding the challenges for business change: Feasibility studies

Helping people and business change

Feasibility studies try to understand the challenges and risks for business change and if it’s worthwhile. These slides provide an introduction to the different types of study and how to approach them.

Why use a feasibility study

  • Feasibility is the possibility that it can be done or achieved or reasonable
  • This study aims to uncover the strengths and weaknesses of a proposal, reduce the risks associated, and maximize the prospects for success
  • It helps answer questions for a project or proposal such as: is it worth doing? Will it solve my problem? Can it be done? How will it change things?
Feasibility studies: Understanding the challenges for Business Change

Feasibility studies: Understanding the challenges for Business Change

A feasibility will help in reducing risks and understanding the challenges for a Business change

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About the author

Robert is a Business Change and Transformation consultant and he has worked with financial services, government and large corporations to deliver business efficiency and effectiveness while striving for innovation, flexibility and leveraging new technology.
In his 20+ years of consulting Robert has gained experience and knowledge in all stages of Business Change. His track record of Business Change and knowledge of BPM, has given him the skills to advise clients on strategy, governance, capability, tools, process maturity, stakeholder engagement and performance measurement. He offers a fresh approach to consulting, not management consulting offering strategies, but actual practice doing it with you and not preaching to you.

Some of his proudest achievements include:

  • RSA; significantly reducing the costs of reinsurance and reducing the business exposure to losses from major events.
  • Environment Agency; Improving the flood warning service, Increasing the penetration of warnings and access to flood information, and reducing the impact and costs of flooding.
  • Skills Funding Agency; Introducing an electronic learner record into the education sector, reducing qualification fraud, and reducing Higher education enrolment costs.