Capability Mapping - Part 1

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Leveraging a Foundational Business Discipline

Capability mapping is commonly recognized as a business-oriented foundation for communication and collaboration, issue analysis and resolution, and prioritization and roadmap creation. Capability mapping is not hype and it is not an IT discipline. Rather it is a rapidly growing business practice that establishes a common business vocabulary that enables an organization to articulate an actionable vision, state a clear direction, focus investment priorities, address merger, acquisition, divestiture and outsourcing challenges, and focus technology investments on clearly articulated business demands. To begin leveraging this powerful discipline, attend this half-day workshop. The session will allow you to jumpstart or accelerate the mapping and use of business capabilities for a variety of business initiatives. Half-day workshop topics include:

  • Why use capability maps: what every business executive should know
  • Establishing a capability mapping team and initiating an analysis effort
  • Mapping principles and techniques – building the map
  • Heat mapping, prioritization and business-driven road creation
  • Aligning capability mapping to business architecture and industry business models
  • Packaging, sharing and communicating business capability maps
  • Capability-based usage scenarios and case studies
  • Selling management, getting started and assessing deployment options

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