Government Business Capability Model

Business Capability is a management concept that facilitates planning improvement in the ability to do something that leads to enhanced outcomes.

The GEA-NZ Government Business Capability Model has been developed to link agencies strategic planning to enterprise architecture, and to enable capability based planning, as well as capability maturity assessments. It is intended as a living and evolving model.

The ICT Action Plan 2014 recognised capability planning, capability management, capability maturity, and a refreshed shared capability roadmap as key tools and techniques for improving efficiency and transformation. The definition used for capability in the ICT Action Plan 2014 is: “A capability is what an organisation needs to deliver its business strategy and achieve its outcomes. Capabilities encompass people (competencies), processes, information, and technology.”

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