1) Critically evaluate and justify the perspective of the user and the unique value proposition aimed at them in the development of the enterprise.
2) Design and deliver an impactful business solution that is underpinned by the objectives of the business case.
3) Analyse the viability of the business model and solution developed.
4) Critically reflect on key elements that influence the success of the business case and personal journey.
Identifying an opportunity is great! For example, before Uber became a global icon the idea of a technologically based journey service was just an embryonic idea by Garrett Camp and Travis Kalanick. However, before any idea or opportunity can proceed you need to be able to articulate
some key things to obtain buy-in to continue before significant time and investment is spent developing a product / service / process innovation that may require some adjustments and/or other considerations if you want it to be successful.
This assessment requires students to develop a Business Concept Plan that articulates what your idea is and what you would like to do with your idea to exploit the opportunity you have identified. This clarity of your vision will serve as evidence that you have thought critically about the idea. When investors and other business people see this, they will have a better sense of the risk they would take by working or investing with you just by reading this document. You will need to incorporate the theory, which you have learnt in Modules 1 to Modules 3 to provide
you with the tools and structure for the components that you need address in your plan.
You are required to develop a Business Concept Plan which provides a business solution to an opportunity which you have identified. You need to ensure that the plan demonstrates that your idea is a feasible and viable solution and something that will obtain support from an executive or management team to develop in to a business case, ultimately seeking funding and approval to develop / implement (This will be Assessment 3!).
Consider what it is that will attract approval and funding of your idea. What it is that makes this a great opportunity and something worth developing or progressing?