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Assessment and Recommendation of the Business Case
from deck Go To Market Strategy Template Plan (PPT format)

Assessment and Recommendation of the Business Case

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is titled "Assessment and Recommendation of the Business Case" and is sectioned into two main parts: "Conclusions" and "Recommendations." Both sections are meant for bullet point entries where the author can list key findings and suggested next steps. Conclusions likely pertain to the outcomes of an evaluation process, summarizing the key points of the analysis. Recommendations are probably focused on the actions to be taken based on the assessment, guiding future strategy or decision-making.

Graphical Look

  • The slide title is located at the top in large, bold text.
  • There's a subtitle "Key Conclusions and Next Steps Recommendations" under the main title, in smaller text.
  • The slide is split vertically into two columns.
  • Each column has a header with the words "Conclusions" and "Recommendations" in bold and capitalized text.
  • The "Conclusions" section has a light blue background, while the "Recommendations" section has a green background.
  • Each section features a different icon inside a circle—left for "Conclusions" is a clipboard with a checkmark, and right for "Recommendations" is a thumbs up symbol.
  • There are bullet points with placeholder text "Put your text here. Add an item description." - indicating where to insert specific content.
  • The design includes shadow effects giving the objects a slight 3D appearance.
  • Each bullet point consists of two lines: a main point and a sub-point for additional details.

The overall look of the slide is clean and professional, using contrasting colors to distinguish between conclusions and recommendations clearly. The icons are simple and representative, providing a quick visual reference for each section.

Use Cases

  • Summarizing and presenting findings and action plans at the end of a project or business analysis.
  • Providing clear conclusions and recommendations in a business proposal or report to executives or stakeholders.
  • Utilizing during strategic planning meetings to highlight areas requiring decisions or changes.
  • Employing in academic or training settings to teach students the structure of reporting on case studies or research findings.

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