Why Business Cases are Toxic

Updated on June 19, 2018
Chris Matts
Chris Matts

Transformation Lead at Emergent Behaviour

Most of us want to work in an environment where we are motivated and have "Autonomy", "Mastery" and "Purpose". Even when our management want us to have Autonomy, even when they demand it of us, the reality is we do not have autonomy. We find ourselves in a toxic environment focused on delivering features instead of value to customers or value to the business. We find ourselves in an environment where we have no purpose.

The cause of this toxicity? The business case.

Come and find out why the business case is so toxic to your project... and a possible alternative. You can use this secret information to look for the tell tale signs of a toxic environment.

Hopefully more than 50% of the audience will learn something new.