The key to good project leadership is involving the right people in the right way. Give everyone that matters a chance to influence the project — a little push in the right direction. To do that, you need to give everyone with a stake in the project the right level of access and responsibility.
RACI model helps you break down the different stakeholder roles and ensures a healthy management environment. The RACI model — also known as the RACI matrix — is a tool to help you manage relationships with every key stakeholder.
The acronym RACI stands for responsible, accountable, consulted, and informed. It highlights the different states of responsibility a stakeholder has over a particular task or deliverable. It is typically implemented by color-coding each responsibility level and creating a simple table layout.
Nobody should have more than a single responsibility level for each deliverable or activity group in the RACI chart. Some project managers also use the term responsibility assignment matrix. The RACI matrix roles highlight the level at which a stakeholder or team member is involved with a particular task.
Responsible – a manager or team member who is directly responsible for successfully completing a project task. Accountable – the person with final authority over the successful completion of the specific task or deliverable. Consulted – someone with unique insights the team will consult. Informed – a client or executive who isn’t directly involved, but you should keep up to speed.
That is what RACI helps you avoid. With a concrete framework, you can manage all relationships appropriately, from start to finish.
By cooperating closely with regulators, you can avoid making costly mistakes. You reduce the risk of fines for breaking the rules, mandated redesigns to meet regulations, and more. By including VIP customers in the process, you can ensure that you deliver what they want. Missing the mark after investing big in a new product can be enough to bankrupt a company. Likewise, every other stakeholder is a crucial piece of the puzzle. Unless you figure out how to piece them together, you will drift off course.
This template will primarily be useful to project managers. You can describe in detail the responsible employees at each stage of the project. Also, this template will be useful for team leaders. You can draw up a detailed work plan for each employee and monitor the efficiency of implementation.
University professors and business coaches can use the slides from this template when preparing their courses on project management or responsibility sharing. Also, this template can be used by HR managers when preparing a report on the employment of employees on various projects in the company.
Rasci Model is a professional and modern template that contains four stylish and fully editable slides. You can independently change the type and size of the font, color and position of the infographic. This template will be useful for project managers, startups, company executives, business coaches. Rasci Model template will complement your old presentations and will be a worthy addition to your collection of professional presentations.