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BABOK® v3 Demystified
Webinar Series
Chapter: Chennai IIBA® Chapter
Date & Time: 30-June-16 | 6:30 to 7:30 PM IST
Topic: B...
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The ability to do
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Set of capabilities
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organization
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Capability Conundrum
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Capability vs Capacity
Scenarios Capability Capacity Decision
1 No NA Go ahead
2 Yes No Go ahead
3 Yes Yes...
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What is Business Capability Analysis?
Framework For Scoping And Planning
Identifying Alignment With Strate...
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Need for Business Capability Analysis
• Business capability analysis describes what an enterprise, or part...
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Why for Business Analysts?
• Providing the necessary structure for stakeholders such as the scope and
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Elements: Capabilities
Capabilities are the abilities of an enterprise to perform or transform
something t...
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Elements: Using Capabilities
Capabilities impact value through increasing or protecting revenue, reducing
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Elements: Performance Expectations
Capabilities can be assessed to identify explicit performance expectat...
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Elements: Risk Model
Business Risk
Technology Risk
Organizational Risk
Market Risk
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Elements: Strategic Planning
Current
Need
Problem
Opportunities
Solution
Future
Addressed
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Capability Maps
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Capability Maps
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Capability Maps
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Strengths
• Provides a shared articulation of outcomes, strategy, and
performance, which help create very...
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Limitations
• Requires an organization to agree to collaborate on this model.
• When created unilaterally...
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About Fhyzics
Fhyzics, a leader in Business Analysis Services and Training, is an
Endorsed Education Prov...
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Try our Online BA Course
150+ videos as in a classroom by Mr. Venkadesh Narayanan
www.bacourse.com
For qu...
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Next Webinar: Business Case
28-July-2016 [Thursday]
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Thank You
Webinar Platform
Compliments from
Fhyzics Business Consultants Private Limited
Presented By
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Business Capability Analysis

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Business Capability Analysis

  1. 1. BABOK® v3 Demystified Webinar Series Chapter: Chennai IIBA® Chapter Date & Time: 30-June-16 | 6:30 to 7:30 PM IST Topic: Business Capability Analysis Presenter: Venkadesh Narayanan BSME, MBA, CBAP®, PMI-PBA®, CPRE-FL, CBPP®, CSCP
  2. 2. 2 Insert Footer The ability to do something Set of capabilities define an organization A product or service is the result of a capability What is Capability?
  3. 3. 3 Insert Footer Capability Conundrum
  4. 4. 4 Insert Footer Capability vs Capacity Scenarios Capability Capacity Decision 1 No NA Go ahead 2 Yes No Go ahead 3 Yes Yes Return
  5. 5. 5 Insert Footer What is Business Capability Analysis? Framework For Scoping And Planning Identifying Alignment With Strategy Providing A Scope And Prioritization Filter
  6. 6. 6 Insert Footer Need for Business Capability Analysis • Business capability analysis describes what an enterprise, or part of an enterprise, is able to do. Business capabilities describe the ability of an enterprise to act on or transform something that helps achieve a business goal or objective. Capabilities may be assessed for performance and associated risks to identify specific performance gaps and prioritize investments. Many product development efforts are an attempt to improve the performance of an existing business capability or to deliver a new one. As long as an enterprise continues to perform similar functions, the capabilities required by the enterprise should remain constant—even if the method of execution for those capabilities undergoes significant change.
  7. 7. 7 Insert Footer Why for Business Analysts? • Providing the necessary structure for stakeholders such as the scope and context under which to effectively align organisational projects • Identifying the most important aspects of the business. It can be used to highlight what is most important to the business and channel efforts in the right direction • Improving core business processes that form part of the value chain.
  8. 8. 8 Insert Footer Elements: Capabilities Capabilities are the abilities of an enterprise to perform or transform something that helps achieve a business goal or objective. Capabilities describe the purpose or outcome of the performance or transformation, not how the performance or transformation is performed. Each capability is found only once on a capability map, even if it is possessed by multiple business units. Resources Capabilities Products
  9. 9. 9 Insert Footer Elements: Using Capabilities Capabilities impact value through increasing or protecting revenue, reducing or preventing cost, improving service, achieving compliance, or positioning the company for the future. Not all capabilities have the same level of value. There are various tools that can be used to make value explicit in a capability assessment.
  10. 10. 10 Insert Footer Elements: Performance Expectations Capabilities can be assessed to identify explicit performance expectations. When a capability is targeted for improvement, a specific performance gap can be identified. The performance gap is the difference between the current performance and the desired performance, given the business strategy. Cap Str Per
  11. 11. 11 Insert Footer Elements: Risk Model Business Risk Technology Risk Organizational Risk Market Risk
  12. 12. 12 Insert Footer Elements: Strategic Planning Current Need Problem Opportunities Solution Future Addressed
  13. 13. 13 Insert Footer Capability Maps
  14. 14. 14 Insert Footer Capability Maps
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  16. 16. 16 Insert Footer Strengths • Provides a shared articulation of outcomes, strategy, and performance, which help create very focused and aligned initiatives. • Helps align business initiatives across multiple aspects of the organization. • Useful when assessing the ability of an organization to offer new products and services.
  17. 17. 17 Insert Footer Limitations • Requires an organization to agree to collaborate on this model. • When created unilaterally or in a vacuum it fails to deliver on the goals of alignment and shared understanding. • Requires a broad, cross–functional collaboration in defining the capability model and the value framework.
  18. 18. 18 Insert Footer About Fhyzics Fhyzics, a leader in Business Analysis Services and Training, is an Endorsed Education Provider [EEPTM] of International Institute of Business Analysis [IIBA®], Canada. www.fhyzics.com For more details about our course, please speak to Bharathi at +91-900-305-9000
  19. 19. 19 Insert Footer Try our Online BA Course 150+ videos as in a classroom by Mr. Venkadesh Narayanan www.bacourse.com For questions speak to Bharathi at +91-900-305-9000 Compatible in PC, Tablet, iOS and Android devices https://fhyzicsbc.litmos.com/account/Login Username: cs@fhyzics.com Password: bacourse
  20. 20. 20 Insert Footer Next Webinar: Business Case 28-July-2016 [Thursday]
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  22. 22. 22 Insert Footer Thank You Webinar Platform Compliments from Fhyzics Business Consultants Private Limited Presented By Mr. Venkadesh Narayanan, BSME, MBA, CBAP®, PMI-PBA®, CPRE-FL, CBPP® , CSCP Principal Consultant Former Indian Civil Servant [IRAS 2001 Batch]

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