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A RACI diagram, or matrix, is a very important tool that can help in the implementation and correct functioning of a process. The RACI matrix is mostly used to align the human elements in the process. RACI is an acronym derived from the four key responsibilities most typically used: Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed. To be more specific, take a look at the following examples of the diagrams below.
Responsible is the class of people who are ultimately responsible for getting the work done. This may refer to the individual workers that perform the given task or it could refer to the system in case the task is automated. Accountable is the class of people that are accountable to oversee that the work gets done. This usually means the immediate manager overseeing the work. Consulted is the people who provide information for the project and with whom there is two-way communication. This is usually several people, often subject matter experts. Informed is the people kept informed of progress and with whom there is one-way communication. These are people that are affected by the outcome of the tasks, so need to be kept up-to-date.
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