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Business Capability Model Examples

Business capability model examples come in handy for those of you interested in knowing the structure and composition of a business capabilities map. (Please note that the business capability model examples offered by Capstera are paid products.) Business architecture practitioners differ in how they build capability models, and how much importance they attribute to business capabilities models, and how they leverage the capabilities in day-to-day work as well as business transformation.

A sample capability map helps in understanding the concepts, constructs, and components of a business capability frameworks. It can also be a starting point and a springboard to create a company specific business capability model.

Capstera’s business capability model examples span both the functional areas as well as the industries/sectors. The horizontal functional area business capability models span Human Resources, Accounting and Finance, Customer Management, Business Intelligence, CRM, and Supply Chain Management. The industry/sector specific models encompass Alternative Investments, Automotive, Medical Devices, Hospitals, Consumer Products and Retail, P&C Insurance, retail banking et al. (Capstera team keeps adding additional sectors/industries all the time. So please check back frequently. Alternatively, you can request us to build a sample capability map for a particular industry or a company.)

If you purchase one of the capability model examples, whether from Capstera, or elsewhere, here are the steps to make it your own.

  1. Rationalize the model by including and excluding broad capability areas from the example capability map.
  2. Iterate on specific capability clusters to incorporate what is unique and unique to your firm.
  3. Prioritize the capabilities to identify what is core, context, and commodity.
  4. Assess your current state of the capabilities and envision a desired future state
  5. Document what changes you need to make to the capabilities to evolve them to the target state.
  6. Map your applications and systems to capabilities to generate a footprint diagram.
  7. Translate the capability level enhancements to application/system level requirements.
  8. Develop a transformation roadmap charting your way to the future state with logical chunking of functionality and incremental development with milestones along the way.

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