Responsibility Matrix


A Responsibility Matrix (also known as Responsibility Assignment Matrix or RACI Matrix) is a tool that can be found in Six Sigma / ITIL  to increase efficiency, effectiveness and take out errors that happen in your business process. 

A RACI or RASCI is a powerful Business Process Management tool that will help you to get insight into the linear Roles and Responsibilities and describes the participation by various roles in completing tasks or deliverables for a project or business process of all stakeholders involved. Therefore, it became very popular and useful in clarifying roles and responsibilities in cross-functional / departmental projects and processes.


RACI
The most famous A Responsibility Assignment Matrix is the RACI. RACI is an acronym derived from the four key responsibilities most typically used: Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed. What is a RACI?:

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RACI Template with Instructions

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RASCI
An expansion of RACI is RASCI matrix. This Responsibility Matrix is an acronym derived from the same four RACI key responsibilities: Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed, with an additional 'S' for Support. What is a RASCI?:

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RASCI Matrix Template with Instructions

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This specific "Drop Shipping RASCI" provides insight in linear Roles and Responsibilities and describes the participation by various roles in completing tasks or deliverables in the Drop Shipping business process:

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Drop Shipping Roles Responsibilities RACI Matrix

Dropshipping Roles and Responsibilities RACI Matrix

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DACI

An alternative to RACI, that is often used to centralize decision making and clarify who can re-open discussions in a business process, is the DACI matrix. The acronym consists of the following four key responsibilities: Driver, Approver, Contributor(s), Informed. What is DACI:

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DACI chart excel

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CAIRO

An alternative to RACI, and also an expanded version, also known as RACIO, that has an extra additional participation type: "Omitted" or "Out of the loop". It specifically designating roles/individuals or groups who are not part of the activity or task. Specifying that a resource does not participate can be as beneficial to a task's completion as specifying those who do participate. What is CAIRO or RACIO:

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Responsibility matrix (CAIRO)

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Alternative Responsibilty Matrix templates

These are a few alternatives to the RACI matrix:

PACSI roles defined as: Perform, Accountable, Control, Suggest, Informed

RASI roles defined as: Responsible, Accountable, Support, Informed

RACIQ roles defined as: Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed, Quality Review

PARIS roles defined as: Participant, Accountable, Review Required, Input Required, Sign-off Required

RACI-VS roles defined as: Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed, Verifier,  Signatory


For more info, please check the specific Responsibility Matrices. They are strong tools and using these responsibility matrix templates guarantees you will save time, cost and efforts and helps you to reach the next level of success in your education, work and business!

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