A RACI Matrix, when used correctly, can be the difference between success and failure in any given initiative. RACI, standing for responsible, accountable, consulted and informed, is a responsibility assignment chart that refers to the various roles in a process, organization or system.
The RACI Matrix is often cited as a central tool for project management, ensuring the administration of new initiatives does not become too complex and unwieldy. So, how do you go about establishing one?
We’ve created a poster to help you do just that. The Orbus guide to creating and analyzing a RACI Matrix allows you to quickly see how and when to best apply it. Moreover, it's a comprehensive resource that you can always refer back to.
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- Key definitions
- A step by step guide to creating a RACI Matrix
- Roles and activities within RACI
- Vertical and horizontal analysis
Download your copy today, and use the high-level instructions as a reference in the construction and analysis of your own RACI matrices.