At this point of the project, you have identified the problem and a technology solution for the business. Now, you want the business to accept the idea.
Using your text, the previous stages completed with feedback provided, and the business plan template (see Doc Sharing), write a business plan to give your customer that details the risks, assumptions, impact, and so on of the proposed implementation of the HRIS.
This stage of the project should be a professional document that you would present to a customer leadership team to accept your business plan.
See the Business Plan Template in Doc Sharing for details of each section required.
Introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. Conclusion is logical, flows from the body of the paper, and reviews the major points.
Executive Summary (30 points)
Company Review (30 points)
Business Analysis (50 points)
HRIS Type Comparison (50 points)
HRIS Recommendation (50 points)
All key elements of assignment are covered in a substantive way. Discussions of topics outlined in project are stated clearly, are supported by specific details (examples or analysis), and are organized logically. The paper links theory to relevant examples of current experience and industry practice, and uses the vocabulary of the theory correctly.
Business Plan Professionalism
Overall project should be presented in a professional document. Font type should be professional and readable. There should be font consistency. Formatting should not distract from document content. Professionalism is also accomplished by ensuring that all content is present, the document has topical flow and is readable, and is a document that a customer would read and accept as a viable recommendation.
Paragraph transitions are present and logical, and flow is maintained throughout paper. Sentences are complete, clear, and concise. Sentence transitions are present and maintain the flow of thought. Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed. Spelling and word usage are correct.