The Capable Company by the book

The Capable Company

When I hear capability model I think competence, competence naturally leads me to motivation. So, capability model, to me, represents a human capital knowledge, ability, and skills framework.

Enterprise, systems, or business architects, view capability models as what a company needs to do to execute strategy.

Any link is a system link and strategy is only as good as the ability to execute. Within the pages of The Capable Company: Building the capabilites that make strategy work, I intend to find capability model methods that identify business and technical details needed for strategic links to execute those capabilities.

Project Management Around the World — The Hub of the Universe

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From the Hub of the universe comes this recovering project manager’s view. Project managers know where project success relies: project management. People from Boston know where the Hub of the universe lies: Boston.

Both, however, are disconnected from majority view, The majority do not even feign acknowledgement of a Hub of which I speak. And too-few organization interactions acknowledge project management boasts.

Capability model incompetence

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Capability models are rarely an aggregate sum of individual, people capability. It is not that organization capability is sabotaged by people capability, but organization capability rarely covers the contingency of the unwilling, the unable, and the unmotivated.

Organizations are a product of social interactions, not industry feature the people that decide avoid each other or work together are the sum of individually-motivated competence, not organization capability.

Top 10 blog posts for 2013, 5 to 1

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The top 10 blog views for 2013 continue on with a top 5 countdown to the most requested posts of the year.

Does your organization challenge find a platform within? Or will the might of the project hammer leave all who enter impact stagger out concussed?

Seriously, what were the most viewed posts on: culture, projects, impact assessments, learning? All interests revealed within.

Community persona for project management

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A project is an intentional effort to deliver a product or service that creates an opportunity – intended or otherwise. Projects have multiple stakeholders with multiple needs for, or against, project realization.

Typical project steps include initial scope design, organization impact assessment, stakeholder identification, communications planning, risk, and a second iteration of scope, delving into user community goals serves project and stakeholders more accurately.