Roles and Responsibilities Software Analysis,
The raci model is a relatively straightforward tool that can be used for identifying roles and responsibilities during an organizational change process. After all, transformation processes do not process themselves; people have to 'do' something to make the processes happen.
Therefore it is useful to describe what should be done by whom to make a transformation process happen. In stead of the term raci, sometimes also the terms rasci or rasic are used. Rasci is an abbreviation for: r = responsible Owns the problem / project a = to whom 'r' is accountable
Who must sign off (approve) on work before it is effective (s = can be supportive) Can provide resources or can play a supporting role in implementation c = to be consulted Has information and/or capability necessary to complete the work i = to be informed
Must be notified of results, but need not be consulted the technique is typically supported by a raci chart which helps to clearly discuss, agree and communicate the roles and responsibilities. Typical steps in a raci process: