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