We have both general and Lawrence University–specific resources to help you get going with Responsibility Charting.
More general resources from Jim's visit include:
Improving Decision Making Through Responsibility Charting Guide
This document provides a detailed explanation about Responsibility Charting in text format.
Responsibility Charting Meeting Presentation
The Responsibility Charting presentation can be used to better understand Responsibility Charting, or to train a group or department. This presentation is long (25 pages) and is not customized for Lawrence University, but provides good detailed information and examples.
New, customized resources for Lawrence University include:
Responsibility Charting LU Presentation
The Responsibility Charting presentation can be used to better understand Responsibility Charting, or to train a group or department. This presentation is shorter (13 pages) than the general presentation and includes Lawrence-specific examples and tips.
Responsibility Charting Template
The Responsibility Charting template is a tool, which will enable your team to determine ownership and accountability in a decision. The chart will assist you in laying out who the approver of the decision is, who has the right to consultation, who must be informed before the decision is announced, and who is responsible for pulling it all together.
Responsibility Charting Workshop Agenda
The Responsibility Charting Workshop Agenda is a sample agenda for a 1-hour meeting where a group can be trained on Responsibility Charting and draft a RACI chart for a decision of the group’s choosing. Contact your HR representative if you would like assistance in facilitating a session.