The CBA is a deliberate process that identifies current or future capability
requirements (needs) measured against the current or projected threat, senior leader guidance, and statutory or regulatory directives.
An ordinary capability
can be based on a best practice, which is not very difficult to imitate, such as when managerial emphasis is placed on cost control.
Is the capability
relatively unique among close competitors?
levels to loss ratio is an inexact science," Carnahan said.
A number of contributions have been made to the study of this capability
(Acur et al., 2010; Afuah, 2002; Bell & Pavitt, 1995; Coombs & Bierly, 2006; Desai, 1984; Figueiredo, 2002; Garcia-Muina & Navas-Lopez, 2007; Gomel & Sbragia, 2006; Gonzalez & Cunha, 2012; Jim & Von Zedtwitz, 2008; Jonker et al., 2006; Katz, 1984; Kim, 1999; Lall, 1992; Madanmohan et al., 2004; Nelson, 1991; Reichert et al., 2011; etc.), which have helped in its consolidation.
But a problem with this approach emerges even before you can say "capabilities-based analysis." The notion of military capability
is difficult to translate from theory to practice.
By the mid-2000s, its portfolio spanned three segments that drew on distinctly different capability
sets: prepared foods, which required superior merchandising and supply chain capabilities; snacks, which relied on strong product innovation; and staples, like flour and processed meat, which depended on efficient sourcing and production.
The DM4-S, Surface Mobility Division provides flexibility and capability
to a joint and combined environment.
For us, our Expeditionary Medical System, our EMEDS--which goes all the way from a one pallet capability
that we can put into place with a surgical team and the ability to set up within minutes to hours and begin to take care of patients--all the way up to a theater hospital of 75 to 100 beds, and anything in between, allows us to support the full spectrum of threats that we face.
Features: Pressure-forming capability
, servo-driven plug assist, auto stacker, quartz heaters.
The risk of deadly aggression during special events increased as the capability
of mass media improved, allowing live broadcasts on a worldwide scale.
For example, a person with high self-efficacy may exert much more effort on difficult tasks and persist to overcome obstacles, while someone with low self-efficacy may express doubts about capability
and be unwilling to expend effort and time on such tasks.
The Chinese have virtually no capability
in mergers and acquisitions.
Strengthening our defense relationships and developing the capability
to cooperate with the U.S.