Gartner Research

Use Business Capability Modeling to Illustrate Strategic Business Priorities

Published: 19 October 2011

ID: G00217535

Analyst(s): Lee Weldon , Betsy Burton


By using business capability modeling, CIOs can identify where IT demand is not aligned to business strategy, and can use this information to focus management attention on realigning the strategy and execution plan.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview


  • Business Capabilities Modeling Example: Consumer Goods and Services
  • How to Use Business Capability Modeling to Illustrate Strategic Business Priorities
  • How CIOs Can Provide Transparency to the Gaps Between Strategy and Execution
  • Conclusion

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