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The Enablers Aspect



The organization will make use of a variety of resources or ‘enablers’. Enablers encompass more than just what an organization owns (buildings and equipment); it includes everything that enables it to operate, such as a leased building, a rented fleet of trucks, skills, intellectual property, a warm sunny climate, or use of the Internet.

To any particular organization some enablers are usually more important than others. For a company providing storage space - a warehouse; for a partnership selling investment analysis - information on companies; for a firm of electricians - skills and experience.

Some enablers will appear in the balance sheet under assets - but many will not, even though they may be very valuable.


The eight elements of Enablers

Land and buildings
Technology

Intellectual property

Information

Skills

Core competencies

Relationships

Financial resources

Land, buildings, waterways, airspace
Machines and equipment
Patents, designs, text, names
Data and its inter-relationships
The capabilities of people
The capabilities of the organization
Fruitful contact with others
Money and investments >>>