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Creating a Feasibility Study Report

July 1 2013

When creating a feasibility study report, more than just number crunching must take place. This is the single report about a new business venture that will carry enough weight with it to either make sure it gets approved or denied by the stakeholders.

The feasibility study report is how all of the data that has been collected during the feasibility study is to be presented to the stakeholders of the business venture. For this reason, the path in which this data is presented can help sway just what direction the final decision will take. This is one of the reasons so many of the project managers are now using a feasibility study template as the basic outline for their report.

The template for creating the feasibility study report is one of the modern project management tools many successful project managers currently have at their disposal. This tool has been created after endless hours of research into just what is the most successful path for a business to follow in this new global economic world. This way, the data can be reviewed in a manner that will reflect just how it will relate to the new manner of doing business.

Your feasibility study report has to show just how the target audience feels about your new deliverable. What can make the biggest difference on the market place are the comments by them. Color is a major factor in a product. What most do not understand is that different regions of the world prefer different colors. Having a variety of them being offered can increase the revenue potential of your deliverable. This small variation does not cost a great deal, but its impact potential can be great.

The way you present the data in the feasibility study report is a critical element to just how favorable it will appear. By having the results of the target audience along with your secondary audience clearly defined, the right decision on whether or not to move forward can be made.  Remember, it is all in the presentation that will decide if your business venture is approved.