« Small Cameras and Peeping TomsEaster Bunny and Easter Eggs »

Responsibility Assignment Matrix in Project Management

03/28/05 | by Clarise | Categories: Project Management

Responsibility Assignment Matrix is a good tool to document the level of responsibility of a project member for the project tasks. Utilizing PMI PMBOK™ levels of responsibility in a project, one can think of these levels using the acronym PARIS.
P - Participant; involved, but not at a critical level
A - Accountable; must answer to management for the project task status
R - Review Needed
I - Input Needed
S - Sign Off Required

Below is an example of part of a Responsibility Assignment Matrix:

As part of the Resource Management Plan, update the roles of Responsiblity Assignment Matrix to include names.

1 feedback »
 

1 comment

Comment from: JAdP

Of course, identifying actual people to fill each role while defining their responsibility is important as early in the project as possible.

03/31/05 @ 10:16
April 2018
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
            1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30            
 << <   > >>
This blog contains thoughts that range from non-technical to technical. Its name is derived from "Yakity Blah Blah" a column I once had that discussed a cornucopia of ideas. Who am I? I'm Clarise Z. Doval Santos, providing Project Management and Technical Leadership for data management and analytic, data science, IoT and sensor analytics ecosystems 37.652951177164 -122.490877706959

Search

  XML Feeds

powered by b2evolution