Achieving Digital as an Organizational Capability

Posted November 22, 2019 in Business & Enterprise Architecture, Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies Cutter Business Technology Journal
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Dinesh Kumar comes at digital architecture from the perspective of business capability maturity: the readiness of any organization is a function of the maturity of a set of digital business capabilities. He goes on to describe the DigitalCMF, including the business capability domains, the digital business capabilities, and various assessments and tools within the framework. He outlines a roadmap using capability engineering as a way forward to assist organizations on the journey to a digital future.

About The Author
Dinesh Kumar
Dinesh Kumar is CTO at Mitovia, where he leads the research and engineering of knowledge-driven solutions for planning and managing cost, risk, and value of organizational capabilities, such as digital, security, people competency, and services management. He has over 30 years’ experience in technology business management, strategic planning, value measurement, capability modeling, and governance. Mr. Kumar has a patent pending on capability-… Read More
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