An example of using a business capabilities model as defined in a Class diagram. Capabilities can be modeled using a Stereotyped UML Class element. Stereotyping enables the creation of a type that represents a Business Capability. These can be added to a Class diagram and connected by Aggregation relationships to show a tree of Capabilities down to any level. The Capabilities can also have connections to a number of other elements including Goals, Objectives Applications and more.
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