Quizz on the Basics of Capability Design
What is the definition of capability?
Capability is the goal that an enterprise with capacity and ability needs to achieve in a certain context.
Capability is the ability and capacity that enable an enterprise to achieve a goal in a certain context.
Capability is the context of an enterprise that needs to obtain abilities and capacities in order to achieve a goal.
What does CDD stand for?
Context Design and Delivery
Capability Derived Design
Capability Driven Development
Capacity device discourse
What are the functions of the CDD metamodel?
It specifies the modelling primitives of CDD methodology.
It is a pattern that is stored in the repository to foster reuse.
It defines the activities of the CDD methodology, including the feedback loop.
Which of the following statements about the CDD methodology are true?
Capability delivery is the activity by which capabilities are evaluated before their implementation.
There is no need to model the enterprise before designing capabilities
A capability design project can affect the enterprise as a whole and not only the technology
Which of the following are tools provided by the CDD Environment?
Capability Design Tool
Capability Assisted Environment
Capability Business Application
Which of the following statements about 4EM are true?
4EM is a magic method that relieves you from thinking and acting
4EM is a software tool that delivers capabilities and monitors the context to provide the organisation with feedback about their environment
4EM is an integrated collection of methods, techniques, and tools that will support your process of analysing, planning, designing, and changing your business.
Which of the following are modeling products of 4EM?
Which statements about 4EM are true?
Each sub-model (i.e. product of 4EM) should be connected with other sub-models by inter-model links
Inter-model links are optional in a well-elaborated enterprise model
Inter-model links require formalization of the states of the modelling constructs
Which of the following statements related to the Goals Model are true?
The purpose of the Goals Model is to model the information flow in the enterprise
The purpose of the Goals Model is to describe what the enterprise and its employees want to achieve, or to avoid, and when.
The purpose of the Goals Model is to defien the structure of the organzation needed for implementation
Which of the follwing is not a component of 4EM Goals Model?
What does the SMART goal modelling guideline stand for?
Systemic, Metric, Agreed, Realistic, Time frame
Sensitive, Meaningful, Accepted, Readable, Transitive
Specific, Measurable, Accepted, Realistic, Time frame
Simple, Minimal, Allocated, Readable, Transitive
Capability typically is related to the following:
Goals and problems
Goals, context set, indicator, and pattern
Context and process
Capabiliy is linked to sub-capabilities that it requires
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