Process Design Pattern
The Capability Innovation Life Cycle is a set of activities that translates a set of requirements into an operational capability within an organization. When necessary, the life cycle alwo covers the retirement of a capability. This is not a standalone process but requires a project management process or equivalent to Initiate this life cycle.
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A need for a new or revised capability has been identified within a capability model and no existing capability team or existing process can be adapted to meet this need. A team has been identified to manage this life cycle.
- New or updated Process Documentation
- Associated process materials (training, technology, etc.).
- Community of Practice using the capability.
- Capability (roll-out / maintain) Plan
- Process Description (Abstract System).
- Technology information (procurement, development, improvement).
- Capability Team
- Business Architect,
- Quality Manager (ISO 9001)
- or HR (OD)
- with support from Finance.
- Capability Practitioner
- Identify change requirements
- Specify and design the change
- Develop the components.
- Pilot the change. (including training and technology)
- Roll-out the change.
- Handover to On-going support
- Evaluate Change Performance
- Control documents
- Capability Owner (or Process Owner)
- Capability Manager (or Process Manager)
- Practitioner (member of the capability community of practice)
- Process Designer
- Process Developer
- Training Design
- Training Development
- Documentation Manager / Specialist (Knowledge Management).
- Technology Designer
- Technology Developer
- Technology and Training Support
- Capability Assessor / Auditor
This process links to the following Best Practice, External Standards and Product Standards. Links to other processes that this process may start are also indicated.