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physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

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JCIDS operates as an integrated, collaborative process, applying strategic guidance for the development of new capabilities through changes in DOTMLPF-P.
In this paper, we will use Teece's (2014) definition and operationalization of dynamic capabilities into sensing opportunities to meet customer needs, seizing opportunities to mobilize resources and capture value, and continued renewal through transformation.
Wal-Mart has capabilities in logistics and distribution, but so do competitors.
The NCCMM gives insurers a framework to evaluate the maturity stage of their own claims capabilities, allowing them to benchmark themselves against their peers and to better assess possible future enhancements.
These include: (I) The capabilities of the firm; (II) the technological capability; (III) the transactional capability; (IV) A framework of the essential dimensions of the firm; and (V) Final remarks.
Soldiers interested in attending the Capabilities Development Course should enroll through their training officer using course code 2G--SI7Y/531--ASI7Y.
If the notion of kinetic (force employment) capabilities is problematic, the situation is even more confusing when discussing the relatively ambiguous notion of command and control (C2) capabilities.
They figure out what they're really good at and then develop those three to six capabilities, which can involve anything from knowledge to processes to tools, until they're interlocking and best in class -- and thus form a powerful capabilities system.
The Surface Mobility Division provides reach-back capability to leverage national partner capabilities and maintains operational awareness of inter-and intra-theater surface mobility infrastructure within the area of responsibility.
For us in the Air Force, it's our EMEDS (Expeditionary Medical System)--our modular medical capabilities, and our aeroevac--our ability to move stabilized patients.
Features: Hydraulic platen drive, vacuum and pressure forming capabilities, gas heat and auto load/unload available.
Let one of the largest and most-respected electronics companies in the world leverage their technical capabilities and education experience to help solve today's problems and position you to meet tomorrow's needs.
Let one of the largest and most-respected electronics companies in the world leverage their technical capabilities and education experience to help solve today's problems and position you to meet tomorrow's needs Capabilities include: multimedia classroom solutions, video production facilities, surveillance systems, distributed video, digital signage, food services technology, boardroom systems, document management, project management, and installation.
Native Fibre drives do not provide very comprehensive management capabilities. In fact, most allow only limited capabilities in-band over the Fibre Channel link.