From ACT Wiki
Jump to navigationJump to search

1. Assets.

Tangible assets have a physical or material existence.

They are perceptible by touch, for example, land, buildings and vehicles.

2. Measurability.

Relatively easy to understand, measure, or both.

Especially in relation to the expected benefits of implementing a proposal.

You need a tangible business case
"... as the starting point, you will need a solid and tangible business case for investment in change.
Most corporates will face constant challenges from within to deliver year-on-year cost savings and this can only be achieved by looking at new ways of doing things."
Approaching technology decisions in the treasury function - the Treasurer's Wiki.

See also