Business Case for ITIL Master

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Business Case for ITIL Master

Post by tisiraptor » Thu Apr 23, 2015 9:49 am

I am currently putting together a business case for me to pursue the ITIL Master qualification. If I can put a strong enough case together my employer will pay for me to go through certification, if not, then I will have to pay for it myself.

Does anybody have any experience of putting together a business case for this? The personal and business benefits will probably be pretty similar for all companies and staff (although I appreciate that the personal benefits will vary more), so anything that anybody is will to share will be of great help, particularly if it results in saving me over £2,500!

Many thanks in advance,


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Post by Kranti » Sat Jun 06, 2015 2:46 pm

are you still in need of this
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Post by Cousens » Tue Sep 29, 2015 10:02 am

Hi, like the previous person any help you can provide would be helpful on putting together a business case

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Post by AMAL » Tue May 03, 2016 3:57 am

Looks like no one is available to help on this topic in this group. Is there any master certified members in this forum?
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Post by ClaireAgutter1 » Tue Jul 19, 2016 6:10 am

Hi all

I looked at building a business case for ITIL Master myself and I couldn't do it. I've not seen any demand from recruiters or within the industry so for me I couldn't justify it for my role.

The cost of getting ITIL Master isn't enormous, it's more the time that needs to be dedicated to getting it.

If you want to build a business case I would suggest looking at what you think it will add to your role (how will it help you/your company perform better) and trying to attach some numbers to that.

As it's a validation of an individual's knowledge and experience from an employer's perspective I guess it could look pretty risky, I view it as having more value for independent consultants.

Good luck! Claire

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