IAF Methods

RAACI

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Clarifying:

* roles and responsibilities

* levels of autonomy/latitude in decision making

* levels of engagement among diverse stakeholders
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Goal

To clarify levels of authority and expectations around engagement

Instructions

Before

Number of participants: 1-25

Types of participants: Widely applicable across many types of participant.

Integrate the questions into Action Planning Sessions.

During

RAACI =

The model requires the facilitator to challenge participants to:

* determine the appropriate level of authority, based on the scale/nature of the 'task' and the experience of the 'responsible person'

* determine the optimum balance between consultation before decision and information giving afterwards

Ask the group to identify:

* Responsible (the person and/or team who will be taking action)

* Authority (at what "point" must the responsible person check in with before going further?)

* Accountable (to whom must the responsible person check in with?)

* Consult (who must be consulted by the responsible person before decisions are made?)

* Informed (who must be informed of decisions, once made?)

Background

Recognizable components: To be integrated into any action planning session!

RAACI =

* Responsible (the person and/or team who will be taking action)

* Authority (at what "point" must the responsible person check in with before going further?)

* Accountable (to whom must the responsible person check in with?)

* Consult (who must be consulted by the responsible person before decisions are made?)

* Informed (who must be informed of decisions, once made?)

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