CDD Exploitation Lines
The Capability-Driven Development (CDD) approach consists of both methods and tools for the analysis and design of capability-based solutions. CDD is openly published and ready to be used by any organization interested in it. For organizations applying CDD, there are benefits such as increased flexibility and the ability to leverage the potential of model-based development of information systems. However, the use of CDD also opens up business opportunities for those organizations skilled in offering services based on CDD, such as educators and implementation consultants. In this chapter, we outline five exploitation lines that each present a business opportunity in terms of a potential value offering, a potential market, and the needed success factors for realizing the business opportunities. Each line represents a potential path that organizations skilled in CDD can take in order to exploit their skills. For each line, we furthermore point out the need and benefits of supporting the standard framework and tools.
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