|Overview: Business Capability|
An organizational ability.
Business capabilities offer a view of what a business does without the implementation details of processes.
What is a Business Capability?
John Spacey, updated on December 04, 2016
A business capability is an organization ability. In other words, capabilities describe what a business does. It is common for a business to measure capabilities at the organizational, department, team and individual level.
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