This month’s focus is additional follow-up from my previous article titled "A Strong Business Case Gets Results." I made the assertion that cash flow was king and that the single point estimate was the primary problem behind obtaining support for key business case components. Part 2 will explore how to expand beyond the single point estimate by exploring the different levels of sophistication behind estimating.

In Part 1, we reviewed key components of a well-constructed business case. Three components that involve estimates are benefits, costs and value creation.

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