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Target Operating Model Definition

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Dragon1 Definition for Target Operating Model: A representation of how a company can be best organized to deliver and execute the strategy of the organization more efficiently and effectively.

Target Operating Model Summary

A Target operating model (abbreviated with TOM) visualizes the best future situation of the operating model of an organization to execute the strategy.

When working on the operating model, it is normal to define the "current state" model and the "targt state" model. The Target Operating Model is the "future state" model.

One can produce a Target Operating Model for a whole enterprise, but also for a separate business or business function within an enterprise.

On Dragon1 we provide a template, tutorial and set of icons to easily create your Target Operation Model.

A common example is presented below:

Target Operating Model

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