Business capabilities define “what” a business does vs. “how” it’s done. They provide insight into the resources, materials, expertise an organization requires to perform their business functions. They become the universal language in an enterprise to help organizations accelerate growth while saving money and decreasing risk.
Well-defined business capabilities are fairly stable over time and don’t require constant change. Learn how enterprise architects use business capabilities modeling to illustrate the needs of a business and the technology to address those requirements. These business capabilities shape the IT architecture and empower EAs to rationalize their activities and offer visibility and transparency to help with business decisions among the stakeholders.
This white paper will help you:
- Understand the importance of business capabilities maps to achieve the best results with your EA practice.
- Learn how business capabilities can be applied to a variety of use cases.
- Teach you how to develop your business capability model in 4 steps.