A couple weeks ago, I wrote a post titled The Key to Championing Simulation here on the NAFEMS blog that looked at the best way to move the simulation capabilities of an organization forward. The key, I said, was to befriend the bean counter. The idea is to get their help building out an ROI case that is credible and specific to your company and, as a result,make a more convincing case to executive leadership.

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The Four ROIs of Simulation

A couple weeks ago, I wrote a post titled The Key to Championing Simulation here on the NAFEMS blog that looked at the best way to move the simulation capabilities of an organization forward. The key, I said, was to befriend the bean counter. The idea is to get their help building out an ROI case that is credible and specific to your company and, as a result,make a more convincing case to executive leadership.

While I’ve said that you should work with the finance folks to build out that justification organically, tailoring it to the specific financial challenges of your organization, that doesn’t mean you can’t walk into a discussion with the finance folks without some ideas. In this post, you’ll find some starters along those lines. Let’s take a look.

You can read the full post at the new NAFEMS blog under the post The Four ROIs of Simulation.

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