Business Cases for Information Professionals: Here’s Why, Here’s How
By Ulla de Stricker
2008 Information Today
Intended as a template and instruction guide for those needing to produce business cases to support proposals for investments in information and related human resources, the book covers the reasons why management needs a “sales instrument” and illustrates with sample templates/cases the typical components and progression of a business case document.
Table of Contents:
1. The Decision Making Context
2. Thinking About Money
3. The Business Case Approach
4. The Business Case Framework
5. The Business Case Memorandum
6. Case Studies
7. Presenting the Message in Person
8. Appearance Matters
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- Read review by Shivanthi Weerasinghe for Library Management (May 2010)
- Read review by Armand Brevig for fumsi.com (Mar. 2010)
- Read review by John Azzolini in PLL Perspectives, the Quarterly of the Private Law Libraries Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries Volume 20, Issue 2 (Winter 2009)
- Read review by the Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association Volume 30, Number 2 (Jun. 2009)
- Read review by Philip Calvert in The Electronic Library Volume 27 Number 3 (Mar. 2009)
- Read review by Toby Pearlstein in Special Libraries Association Business and Finance Division (Oct. 2008)
- The book is being used as a required textbook by Prof. Patricia Katopol in two courses at the University of Iowa School of Library and Information Science.