| John Spacey, December 13, 2015 updated on January 14, 2017
A capability analysis is an examination of organizational capabilities. Capabilities describe what a business does without the implementation details of processes that describe how business is conducted.
Analysis may look at existing business capabilities or future capabilities that support a business strategy. It is common to examine capabilities at the organizational, department, team and individual level.The purpose of capability analysis is to focus on what a business does without including the implementation details of processes and procedures. In many cases, a business is examined in the order: why, what, how. Why is business strategy. What is a business capability. How is a process.
|Definition||The examination and measurement of organizational abilities.|
|Value||Capability analysis focuses on what a business does or needs to do. A mature organization may measure all capabilities across a business as a means of governance, management and strategy implementation.|
|Related Concepts||Business Capability|
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