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MANAGING Tough Times
Business Plan VS Feasibility
Study
MANAGING Tough Times
MANAGING Tough Times
Business Plan
• It`s a management tool used to simplify
and explain objectives and work plans,
it`s u...
MANAGING Tough Times
Main Uses
• Planning tool
• Promotion and communication
• Implementation guidance
• Financing purpose...
MANAGING Tough Times
Business Plan - TOC
1. Cover page and title
2. Executive summary
3. Project overview
4. Product / ser...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
Is this a good business idea?
Helps answer the question of
whether to go ...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
A feasibility study is valuable for:
• Starting a new business
• Expansio...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
A feasible business will:
• Generate adequate cash flow and profits,
• Wi...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
Evaluate Alternatives
The feasibility study helps to “frame” and
“flesh-o...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
Pre-Feasibility Study
May help sort our alternatives and
determine if a f...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
Market Assessment
A market assessment may be conducted
first to identify ...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
Study Results
Outline in depth the various business
scenarios examined an...
MANAGING Tough Times
What is a Feasibility Study
Go/No Go Decision
The feasibility study will be a major
information sourc...
MANAGING Tough Times
Reasons Not to do a Study
• We already know it is feasible.
• We did a study a couple of years ago.
•...
MANAGING Tough Times
Reasons to Do a Study
• Gives focus to the project.
• Narrows the business alternatives.
• Identifies...
MANAGING Tough Times
Reasons to Do a Study
• Provides documentation that the idea was
thoroughly investigated.
• Helps att...
MANAGING Tough Times
Pre-Feasibility Study
• Examines overall potential of project
• Should maintain same quality of infor...
MANAGING Tough Times
Feasibility Study Outline
1) Description of the Process:
• Identification and exploration of
business...
MANAGING Tough Times
Feasibility Study Outline
2) Market Feasibility
• Industry description.
• Industry competitiveness.
•...
MANAGING Tough Times
Feasibility Study Outline
3) Technical Feasibility
• Determine facility needs.
• Suitability of produ...
MANAGING Tough Times
Feasibility Study Outline
4) Financial/Economic Feasibility
• Estimate the total capital requirements...
MANAGING Tough Times
Feasibility Study Outline
5) Organizational/Managerial
Feasibility
• Business Structure
• Business Fo...
MANAGING Tough Times
To complement the feasibility
study:
• What about the environmental study?
• What about the social st...
MANAGING Tough Times
Social and Stakeholder Analysis
• Local Government
• Consumers
• Operator/Utility
• Vulnerable groups...
MANAGING Tough Times
Environmental Impact Analysis
 Assessment of project impacts to physical and
also non-physical envir...
MANAGING Tough Times
Institutional Analysis
 Assessment of legal and institutional framework
 Relationship and independe...
MANAGING Tough Times
Sensitivity and Risk Analysis
 A technique for investigating the impact of
changes in project variab...
MANAGING Tough Times
Economic Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Project
 Purpose: To assess the project economic
worth to the co...
MANAGING Tough Times
Feasibility Study Outline
Study Results
• Identify and describe various business
scenarios.
• Compare...
MANAGING Tough Times
When to Do & How to Use
• When to do a Study?
• Who will do the Analysis?
• How will you Monitor the ...
MANAGING Tough Times
Summary
• The feasibility analysis is an internationally
accepted process used to evaluate various
pr...
MANAGING Tough Times
Not the Business Plan
• Feasibility study conducted before decision
to proceed (go/no go).
• Business...
MANAGING Tough Times
Not the Business Plan
• The business plan provides a planning
function and outlines the actions neede...
MANAGING Tough Times
Not the Business Plan
• The feasibility study is conducted before the
business plan. A business plan ...
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The feasibility analysis is an internationally accepted process used to evaluate various project dimensions important for achieving the desired project benefits.
An effective tool for appraising the project from standpoints of all project stakeholders
It is not a waste of time. It significantly reduces the risks in project implementation

The business plan provides a planning function and outlines the actions needed to take the proposal from “idea” to “reality”
The feasibility study outlines and analyzes several alternatives and identifies the best business scenario(s).
The business plan deals with only one alternative or scenario.

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Business Plan VS Feasibility study

  1. 1. MANAGING Tough Times Business Plan VS Feasibility Study
  2. 2. MANAGING Tough Times
  3. 3. MANAGING Tough Times Business Plan • It`s a management tool used to simplify and explain objectives and work plans, it`s used to convince others in a simple, clear, short, organized, comprehensive and inspiring way • it`s a document that determines the objectives and the methodology to manage activities to achieve those objectives
  4. 4. MANAGING Tough Times Main Uses • Planning tool • Promotion and communication • Implementation guidance • Financing purposes • Monitoring and control • Developmental stages • Official use
  5. 5. MANAGING Tough Times Business Plan - TOC 1. Cover page and title 2. Executive summary 3. Project overview 4. Product / service provided 5. Market analysis 6. Marketing plan 7. Operational and administrative plan 8. Developmental plan 9. Investment and financial plan 10.Legislative identity 11.Action plan 12.Appendices
  6. 6. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study Is this a good business idea? Helps answer the question of whether to go forward with the business idea.
  7. 7. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study A feasibility study is valuable for: • Starting a new business • Expansion of an existing business • Adding an enterprise to an existing business • Purchasing an existing business
  8. 8. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study A feasible business will: • Generate adequate cash flow and profits, • Withstand risks, • Remain viable in the long-term • Meet the goals of the founders
  9. 9. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study Evaluate Alternatives The feasibility study helps to “frame” and “flesh-out” specific business scenarios so they can be studied in-depth.
  10. 10. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study Pre-Feasibility Study May help sort our alternatives and determine if a full-blown feasibility study is warranted.
  11. 11. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study Market Assessment A market assessment may be conducted first to identify market opportunities. If no opportunities exist, there may be no reason to proceed further.
  12. 12. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study Study Results Outline in depth the various business scenarios examined and the implications, strengths and weaknesses of each.
  13. 13. MANAGING Tough Times What is a Feasibility Study Go/No Go Decision The feasibility study will be a major information source in making this critical decision.
  14. 14. MANAGING Tough Times Reasons Not to do a Study • We already know it is feasible. • We did a study a couple of years ago. • Just a way for consultants to make money. • The company selling us the equipment says it is feasible. • Lets hire a general manager and have him do the study. • Waste of time – we need to buy the site and begin construction.
  15. 15. MANAGING Tough Times Reasons to Do a Study • Gives focus to the project. • Narrows the business alternatives. • Identifies new opportunities. • Identifies reasons not to proceed. • Provides valuable information for “go/no go” decision. • Increases probability of business success by identifying weaknesses early.
  16. 16. MANAGING Tough Times Reasons to Do a Study • Provides documentation that the idea was thoroughly investigated. • Helps attract funding from lenders, grant providers, etc. • Helps attract equity investment
  17. 17. MANAGING Tough Times Pre-Feasibility Study • Examines overall potential of project • Should maintain same quality of information across all variables • Wherever possible should use secondary information Key questions: a. Is this project financially and economically feasible throughout the project’s life? b. What are the key variables? c. What are the sources of risk? d. How can the risk be reduced?
  18. 18. MANAGING Tough Times Feasibility Study Outline 1) Description of the Process: • Identification and exploration of business scenarios. • Define the project and alternative scenarios. • Relationship to the surrounding geographical area.
  19. 19. MANAGING Tough Times Feasibility Study Outline 2) Market Feasibility • Industry description. • Industry competitiveness. • Market potential • Access to market outlets. • Sales projection
  20. 20. MANAGING Tough Times Feasibility Study Outline 3) Technical Feasibility • Determine facility needs. • Suitability of production technology. • Availability and suitable of site. • Raw materials. • Other inputs.
  21. 21. MANAGING Tough Times Feasibility Study Outline 4) Financial/Economic Feasibility • Estimate the total capital requirements. • Estimate equity and credit needs. • Budget expected costs and returns.
  22. 22. MANAGING Tough Times Feasibility Study Outline 5) Organizational/Managerial Feasibility • Business Structure • Business Founders
  23. 23. MANAGING Tough Times To complement the feasibility study: • What about the environmental study? • What about the social study? • What about the sensitivity analysis? • Cost benefit analysis!
  24. 24. MANAGING Tough Times Social and Stakeholder Analysis • Local Government • Consumers • Operator/Utility • Vulnerable groups • Wider community • Financier  Ultimately all ventures are about people!  It’s more important to understand the people than the technology: Who gains? Who loses?  Social and distribution analysis of project effects (different beneficiaries)  Poverty Impact Analysis
  25. 25. MANAGING Tough Times Environmental Impact Analysis  Assessment of project impacts to physical and also non-physical environmental aspects: Physical (water, air, land) Biodiversity Nuances (noise, odors) Safety Aesthetics, cultural and historical heritage  Two possible levels of assessment: Preliminary (Initial) Environmental Review Full Environmental Impact Assessment
  26. 26. MANAGING Tough Times Institutional Analysis  Assessment of legal and institutional framework  Relationship and independence; the water company from the municipality in setting tariffs  Capacity of the project entity to: implement, manage and maintain the project  Financial sustainability of the project entity  Adequate project management processes, including procurement and human resources  Capacity building programs
  27. 27. MANAGING Tough Times Sensitivity and Risk Analysis  A technique for investigating the impact of changes in project variables  Identify key variables which influence project costs and benefits  Investigate the consequences of likely adverse changes  Identify mitigation actions  Qualitative Risk Analysis at the: project level, sector level and national level
  28. 28. MANAGING Tough Times Economic Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Project  Purpose: To assess the project economic worth to the country  Evaluates and calculates the project’s economic benefits and costs to the whole economy in constant economy prices (adjusted financial prices) including external benefits: Environmental benefits Health effects Non-technical losses
  29. 29. MANAGING Tough Times Feasibility Study Outline Study Results • Identify and describe various business scenarios. • Compare and contrast scenarios. • Outline criteria for decision making.
  30. 30. MANAGING Tough Times When to Do & How to Use • When to do a Study? • Who will do the Analysis? • How will you Monitor the Study Progress? • How to Accept or Reject the Study? • How to Use the Results?
  31. 31. MANAGING Tough Times Summary • The feasibility analysis is an internationally accepted process used to evaluate various project dimensions important for achieving the desired project benefits. • An effective tool for appraising the project from standpoints of all project stakeholders • It is not a waste of time. It significantly reduces the risks in project implementation
  32. 32. MANAGING Tough Times Not the Business Plan • Feasibility study conducted before decision to proceed (go/no go). • Business plan prepared after decision to proceed (go/no go). • Feasibility study provides investigative function. • Business plan provides planning function.
  33. 33. MANAGING Tough Times Not the Business Plan • The business plan provides a planning function and outlines the actions needed to take the proposal from “idea” to “reality” • The feasibility study outlines and analyzes several alternatives and identifies the best business scenario(s). • The business plan deals with only one alternative or scenario.
  34. 34. MANAGING Tough Times Not the Business Plan • The feasibility study is conducted before the business plan. A business plan is prepared only after the business venture has been deemed to be feasible • It provides a “roadmap” of how the business will be created and developed. • The business plan provides the “blueprint” for project implementation.

The feasibility analysis is an internationally accepted process used to evaluate various project dimensions important for achieving the desired project benefits. An effective tool for appraising the project from standpoints of all project stakeholders It is not a waste of time. It significantly reduces the risks in project implementation The business plan provides a planning function and outlines the actions needed to take the proposal from “idea” to “reality” The feasibility study outlines and analyzes several alternatives and identifies the best business scenario(s). The business plan deals with only one alternative or scenario.

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