Bridging Business and IT
Business capabilities can be described as a bridging language between business and IT. Used well, they can create a cross-departmental understanding of your organization. Some of Ardoq's best practices for defining a Business Capability Model that drives real value for your organization are:
- Define your Business Capabilities by what is done, not how it’s done
- Classify your Business Capabilities as core, supporting and strategic
- Center your Business Capabilities on information, not processes
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Business Capabilities are also a lens for finding answers to critical business questions including:
- Where do I need to invest in people and technology?
- Where do I need to manage business and technology risk?
- Where do I need to drive innovation, and where do I need to commoditize?