The CDP is a shared EU reference informing national capability
planners on capability
requirements over time.
Applying a risk analysis to these gaps allows capability
developers to create a list of prioritized gaps (needs)--capabilities for which solutions must be found or developed.
They portray innovation capability
as a meta-capability to achieve outstanding innovation performance.
Is the execution of the capability
head and shoulders above the competition if they rely on a similar capability
Adler and Shenhar (1990) also noted that a common mistake made when analyzing innovation is to focus on a single dimension, in this case, the technological capability
. In this sense, innovation would be the result of technological capability
, though complemented by another capability
Capabilities-based theory tells us that capability
should be fungible--that is, one should be able to have some way of providing equivalent capability
using either materiel or non-materiel means.
Incoherent companies struggle to make the right capability
But this was in fact that capability
that we used to respond to Katrina.
Features: Pressure-forming capability
available, one model for low-pressure (25 psi) forming, PLC controls and servo-driven pin chains on some models.
perspective, this configuration of USG CT assets provides first-response capability
to a crisis situation, promotes a timely assessment of the incident, and delivers CT capabilities of the USG, if requested.
Adapting Bandura's (1996) theory, Gibson and Dembo (1984) developed a measure of teacher efficacy to identify two dimensions: personal teaching efficacy (PE)--belief in one's capability
to influence student learning, and teaching efficacy (TE)--belief in one's ability to effect change in student learning, regardless of external, relatively independent factors such as home environment, family background, and parental influence.
Be ready to face a new corporate species, one that often has access to cheap capital and the full range of resources of the state, one that has the cheapest human resources on the planet, one that is willing to do business in the most forsaken nations and under the most brutal regimes (e.g., Zimbabwe), and one that disregards intellectual property rights but, unlike other violators, has the capability
to not only copy but also adapt and improve.