Industry Specific Business Capability Maps

This webinar occured on June 25, 2015

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Industry Specific Business Capability Maps

Build a business model that can be understood by the business and IT.

Business-capability mapping promotes a strong relationship between the business model itself and the IT infrastructure that supports the business requirements.

Business capability modeling is the process of modeling what a business does to reach its objectives (its capabilities), instead of how it does it (business process), with the goal of modeling the business on its most stable elements. The advantage of a model that is based on the most stable and enduring elements of the business. Changes to how capabilities are implemented do not change the underlying structure of your business capability model; a stable business model results in a solid foundation for your IT infrastructure that supports it.

We explored the following to help us understand the research landscape:

  • What are the basic principles of a business capability?
  • How does business capability mapping provide the business and IT with a common language?
  • How do you differentiate between core capabilities and non-differentiating capabilities?
  • What industry specific standards exist for business capability modeling?

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Alexander Zverintsev
Senior Director, CIO Advisory
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