Business Capability Modeling
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Business Capability Modeling

Manage the Business

Plan Stategy

and Execution

Acquire

Telented

Resources

Manage

Performance

and

Compensation

Manage

Information

Assets

Set and Align

Business

Targets

Manage

Product

Portfolio

Engage with Consumers

Manage Sales

Channel

Partners

Manage

Brand

Manage

Marketing and

Comm-

unications

Sell Direct to

Consumers

(Online

Retail)

Manage Sales

Operations

Capture and

Analyze

Consumer

Insight

Deliver Products and Services

Manage

Supplier Base

Plan Demand

and Supply

Manufacture

Products

Deliver

Physical

Products

Deliver

Digital

Content and

Services

Provide Care

Services

Create Products

Manage

Product

Portfolio

Manage R&D

Assets

Develop

Hardware

Develop

Software

Create

Developer

Ecosystem

Deliver

Product

Release

Business Capailities

Process

A

Sub-

process

A1

Sub-

process

A2

Sub-

process

A3

Activity

A3. 1

Activity

A3. 2

Activity

A3. 3

Task

A3. 3A

Task

A3. 3B

Task

A3. 3C

Process

Area

Process Map

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publish time: 2021-09-18
Lisa Anderson

The below Business Capability Modeling diagram is created in EdrawMax as the free diagram maker offers tons of customization as per your business stream. It is highly advisable for the Business Process directors and Business Process architects to link their high-level process view into business capabilities to enable impact analysis across the interdependencies. The major step in modeling is to summarize the proposal by defining what capability modeling would do and what challenges it would address for the business. Then describe the Business Capability-Modeling Approach by providing a consistent model for knowledge sharing, collaboration, and decision making while identifying interdependencies and overlap and eliminating silos of business capabilities, processes, and technology.

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