|Overview: Target Operating Model|
|Definition||A vision for the future capabilities of an organization.|
|Related Concepts||Capability Analysis|
What is a Target Operating Model?
John Spacey, updated on December 17, 2016
A target operating model is a document that represents the future state of an organization after the achievement of a set of goals. It is essentially a vision for the future operating model of a business as represented by capabilities and processes.
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