10 June 2024
14:00 - 16:00
2 hours

MS Teams
Online video conferencing

This 2-hour online Business Case session provides practical guidance on how to write effective business cases based on Her Majesty's Treasury Guidance. Our course will equip you with the knowledge and tools to develop a persuasive, well-linked business case that aligns with your organisation's strategic direction and critical success factors. You'll learn to use industry-practised evaluation tools and techniques to engage with peers and key decision-makers, both within your organisation and in the wider stakeholder group. 

Don't miss this opportunity to take your business case writing skills to the next level!

Lead facilitator

Jim Lusby  

Jim has worked in and around the NHS for more than 30 years, 20 of them at the Executive level or equivalent. His Board-level experience has been drawn from roles in several large acute Trusts, a Strategic Health Authority, and the NHS Trust Development Authority. He also spent four years as a senior civil servant, in national positions in the Department of Health and later as head of the health team in the Prime Minister's Delivery Unit. 

Jim has a longstanding interest in developing holistic, person-centred care models with a focus on prevention and population health. He has extensive experience in partnership work and has been closely involved from a Trust perspective both in local ICS development and in collaboration between acute providers. 

The breadth of this experience has allowed Jim to build significant insight into most aspects of strategy development and implementation, change, engagement and operational delivery in the health and care system. 

 How he can help you:  Jim's experience makes him well-placed to advise on all aspects of organisational and system strategy and delivery.  He has a particularly rounded view of governance and the interactions within and between organisations, having held a number of Executive roles on the Boards of provider organisations as well as senior regional and regulatory positions.  Building relationships and shared priorities in the face of often conflicting priorities and incentives has been a theme throughout his career. 

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