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Responsibility Assignment Matrix In Project Management

Another key success factor is to make sure your project from the beginning of the project, each team member knows who is doing what.
The easiest way to ensure this happens is to use the matrix - the Responsibility Assignment Matrix.
It is important to make a list of the work packages for the project on the left side of the uterus, and then a list of all members of the project team, as well as all other stakeholders - play an active role in the project over the top.
Responsible - The person the responsibility and accountability to ensure the work package is reached
Adopts good - the guy who signed off the work package
Support - the person who will help in achieving Responsible work package
Knowledge - the person that needs to be kept informed of the work package - the person that you copy to an e-mail or invite to a meeting
Consulted - the expert or other person who needs your input from, the work package

Look out for more than an "R" for a Work Package.
Example of Responsibility Assignment Matrix

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