Essay on Governance Management and Legal

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3

1. OVERVIEW OF ACTIVITY 4

Activity Objectives 4 Reasons for Proposing the Activity Now 4 Impact if the Activity is not Approved 4 Expected Outputs 4 Performance Measurement 4 Conclusion 4

3. NEEDS ANALYSIS 5

Overview 5 Market Analysis 5 Situation Analysis 5 Competitor Analysis 5 Environmental Analysis 5 Output Analysis 5 Conclusion 6

4. CONSULTATION 7

5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 8

Assignment of Intellectual Property 8 New Intellectual Property 8

6. COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS 9

Budget 9 Benefits 9 Insurance 9 Taxation 9 Competitive Neutrality (Applicable to activities delivered within Australia only) 9 Staffing
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Outline of recommendations

1. OVERVIEW OF ACTIVITY

Activity Objectives

List in dot point format the specific objectives of this activity

Reasons for Proposing the Activity Now

What are reasons for developing the Business Case at this particular time? Provide a brief explanation as to why the activity has been identified as a priority.

Impact if the Activity is not Approved

What will be the consequences if this activity is not approved?

Expected Outputs

What are the tangible products that will be produced by this Agreement?

Performance Measurement

How will the performance of the activity be measured? What will need to happen for the activity to be successful?

Conclusion

State the conclusions you have drawn from the above analysis

3. NEEDS ANALYSIS

The aim of a Needs Analysis is to identify whether there is demand for the outputs of the activity (eg. goods or services) in a specific market or community. It aims to establish whether people want, and therefore will pay, for the good or service. The Needs Analysis may include an evaluation of the market for a service or customer needs. The aim of the analysis is to prove that there is demand for the particular activity you are proposing to deliver. This will help to reduce the possibility of a failure of the activity, or the activity not producing the results anticipated, leading to a loss on investment

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