A responsibilities matrix[1] (RAM), also known as the racI matrix[2] or linear responsibility chart[3] (LRC), describes the involvement of different roles in the performance of tasks or services for a project or business process. RACI is an acronym that derives from the four most commonly used responsibilities: accountability, responsibility, consultation and information. [4] It serves to clarify and define roles and responsibilities in inter-service or inter-departmental projects and processes. [5] There are a number of alternatives to the RACI model. In complex scenarios involving many people, it can be helpful to have a deliverable liability matrix. This sets expectations and ensures that people know what is expected of them. You need to know, for example. B, if the steering committee members are required to approve the “Commercial Requirements” document. The matrix can describe the role of each. The ability to achieve clarity is essential for the matrix to be effective. It must reflect people`s expectations and responsibilities. If the sponsor has delegated the approval of commercial requirements to a z.B subordinate, this fact should be displayed in the matrix so that everyone can see and approve it. On the other hand, if the promoter agrees to approve the commercial requirements, it is indeed necessary to give his consent, not that of a subordinate to whom responsibility has been entrusted.

A RACI matrix supports the model and is used to discuss, reconcile and communicate roles and responsibilities. The 2013 riba work plan defines the design responsibility matrix as: A matrix that determines who is responsible for designing and when different aspects of the project. This document outlines the scope of a defined performance project. The design responsibility matrix is created at the strategic level at Level 1 and refined in response to the design of the concept at the end of Level 2, to ensure that there is no ambiguity in design responsibility at levels 3, 4 and 5. THE PAS notes that clarity of roles, accountability and authority is an essential aspect of effective information management. The matrix is usually created using a vertical axis (left column) of tasks (a work structure) or delivery elements (of a product structure) and a horizontal axis (upper series) of rollers (from an organigram). The RACI model provides structure and clarity in describing the role played by stakeholders in a project. The RACI matrix clarifies the responsible tasks and ensures that everything the project needs is assigned to someone who does it. To resolve conflicts and ambiguities in a RACI matrix, each line is searched at the top and bottom: The scrolls described in this matrix can occur parallel to other reels, and the order shown here is not accurate. Examples of additional codes of responsibility are as follows.

Your project can define different codes as long as you explain the meaning so that people know what is expected of them. The matrix should be developed throughout the project. A first matrix of responsibility can only define general roles and responsibilities. After the contract is awarded, the real participants in the project, specialists and members of the supply chain will be added to the project. Simply creating a RACI matrix is not enough. You need to make sure that the matrix is associated with a successful strategy. Conflicts and ambiguities must be highlighted in the plan. The RACI matrix is a responsibility allocation diagram that represents and assigns each task, step or important decision related to the completion of a project, the roles that are responsible for each element of action, the responsible staff and, if necessary, the people who need to be consulted or informed.