Introduction

A well-executed feasibility study is an essential foundation for successful project definition and project management. A feasibility study is one of the key mechanisms that enable managers to align strategy and operations in achieving and sustaining superior performance. This Feasibility Study workshop is designed to introduce best practice in feasibility analysis and to demonstrate how the effective application of this analysis in all dimensions of business development can result in market-leading levels of competitive performance – resulting in sustained business excellence.

Objectives

At the end of this workshop you will learn to:

  • Execute an effective feasibility study prior to making a major decision
  • Define the main outcomes that will be monitored and measured
  • Integrate and align each feasibility study with the overall strategic plan
  • Keep all types of project on target in changing business conditions

Training Methodology

This highly interactive workshop will use a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. These include the following:

  • Introduction to the main tools and techniques of feasibility analysis
  • Case examples of the main challenges and their solutions
  • Group work on specific issues and situations
  • Discussion of specific in-company issues
  • Preparation of a personal action plan for each delegate

In addition the workshop leader will illustrate the discussions with real-life examples and situations in which he has been personally involved.

Target Audience

This workshop is designed for a wide range of experienced project or business managers and team leaders. It will greatly benefit the following:

  • Project Management Professionals
  • Operations Managers
  • Marketing and Business Planning Specialists
  • Human Resource Specialists
  • Financial Analyst and Management Accountants
  • Systems Analysts and Business Process Designers
  • Change Management Specialists

Workshop Outline

Session 1

Introduction, Scope and Basic Concept of Feasibility

  • The Meaning of Feasibility
  • Difference between Feasibility Study and Business Plan
  • Why are feasibility studies important?
  • Guidelines on Designing a Feasibility Study
  • How to Link a Feasibility Study with Your Business Plan
  • Monitoring Outcomes and Learning to Improve

Session 2

The Technical Dimension of Analysis

  • Assessing the Balance of the Proposed Activity with Current Capabilities
  • Quantifying the Resource Gap and Planning to Deal with this Gap

Session 3

The Financial Dimension of Analysis

  • Critical Appraisal – risk adjusted DCF and NPV considerations
  • Financial Evaluation – additionality, displacement, opportunity cost
  • The Choice and the Decision – Accept, Modify / Reconsider, Reject

Session 4

The Financial Dimension of Analysis

  • Case Example for Analysis and Discussion
  • Discussion – delegates’ action plans for applying the workshop learning
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  • Rs.12,000.00
  • 1 Days
32 STUDENTS ENROLLED

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