1-2-3-A Framing Capabilities

Framing Capabilities

Capabilities can be expressed as:

Capability to (action/verb)[to achieve outcome X]

What is in the brackets is the “unspoken” but important reason why this is an essential capability, and is often driven by a change force. For example.

Capability to quickly adjust strategy [to refocus on operations/maintenance]

Capability to attract and retain staff [with data science skills to address federal reporting requirements and internal needs for linking targets to investments]

Capability to innovate [to respond to rapidly-changing technology solutions, including artificial intelligence and machine learning]

Capability to manage knowledge [to eliminate the need to recreate knowledge that already exists when someone retires]

Capability to collaborate across jurisdictions and modal partners [to coordinate and collaborate with partner agencies on setting targets to make progress on performance goals]