Business Cases Usually Not Required for Benchmarking Initiatives



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  • February 1, 2010
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  • Michelle Cowan
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Responses to APQC's 2009 State of Benchmarking survey indicated that most organizations do not require formal business cases to initiate benchmarking projects. See a breakdown of how survey participants responded to the question: Do benchmarking initiatives require the development of a business case at your business entity? Get APQC's perspective on what this says about benchmarking today.

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