Capability Assessment Template (21 slides)
In a capability assessment, the key capabilities required of the organization are identified and then assessed based on different states or plateaus that the organization may strive to achieve based on generally recognized common/best practices. Key capabilities required will depend on the operating context and objectives of each organization. Examples of key capabilities could include:
- Planning and analysis (including an analytics capability)
- Quality management
- Client service
- Policy analysis (this could also include a research capability)
- Advisory (e.g., centre of expertise)
- Conformity to standards (e.g., policies, guidelines, protocols, quality specifications)
- Technologies, tools and systems.
The generic capability assessment template provides five level maturity capability descriptions for each of the key capabilities noted above that can be used as a starting point and customized to a particular function or program; as well as a template to summarize the results of the assessment of each key capability and compare these with best practices (see example preview charts). A work plan is also provided in presentation format.
Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link to download the template (21 slides in a PowerPoint fully editable format).
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