This article will build on information discussed in preceding capability blogs and show how to construct an effective capability management roadmap – one that enables astute companies to focus their efforts, resources and time so as to get their biggest bang for their buck in the shortest period of time.
We call this the Capability Outcome Power of Five…
In our previous blog we defined how business capabilities could be structured by providing an emerging business capability meta-model.
In this article we will describe one way to populate business capabilities…
In our last blog we discussed two very different viewpoints of capabilities. Some believe capabilities provide new insights into an enterprise, while others are either not yet convinced or see capabilities as process dressed up in drag.
In this blog we will reveal how Confiance sees capabilities and briefly discuss our emerging capability meta-model. But before we do that, let’s first get to some definitions as we see it:
In our new blog series we will focus on varying cloud use cases such as when and how to leverage public and , private cloud platforms to deliver enterprise capabilities. Our first 1st use cases focuses on database backup to the public cloud in this case utilizing Amazon AWS.
Keeping up with the growth of Storage and Disaster recovery requirements continue to pose major challenges for every organization. Traditionally we would allocate additional storage to keep the backup set internally and continue to push out to tape.
At a recent meeting we were discussing cloud and related capabilities like IaaS, Dbaas, Analytics and one of the comments was that the enterprise is investigating capabilities like Azure, AWS, EMC and others and that might be sufficient for the enterprise to realize the cloud journey. That raises the question; does the enterprise just pick a broker, price the cloud service, automate and move?
Stand back because the Kraken has been unleashed - the capability Kraken that is!
Our management consulting practice has seen a notable increase in interest around capabilities and has received numerous requests to build out client capability offerings. At the same time we have detected considerable confusion over what exactly capability is, entails and its value proposition.
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