RACI Matrix for Jira
- Jira Service Management
- Jira Software
RACI Matrix: Define Roles, Drive Clarity, Deliver Success
RACI Clarifies Team Roles and Boosts Efficiency
The RACI Matrix brings clarity to team roles, defining who's Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed for tasks, boosting efficiency and project flow.
User-friendly and easy to add your Team members
Our tool is user-friendly, allowing for effortless addition of team members to your RACI Matrix. It simplifies collaboration and enhances team synergy with ease.
Jira projects and RACI matrix in the same place
Streamline your workflow with our integrated RACI matrix in Jira. Keep project roles clear and tasks aligned within a single, connected platform for maximum efficiency.
The RACI Matrix is an essential tool in project management, designed to clarify the roles and responsibilities of individuals within a project. RACI stands for:
- Responsible: Individuals or teams tasked with executing the work. Typically, those who do the work to complete the task.
- Accountable: The person who is ultimately answerable for the activity or decision. This is the role that approves the work that the Responsible person delivers and is the final decision-maker. There must be exactly one person Accountable for each task to ensure clear ownership.
- Consulted: Those whose opinions are sought; typically subject matter experts who provide valuable insights and contribute information that influences the task outcome. This step involves two-way communication.
- Informed: People who are kept up-to-date on progress, often those impacted by the outcomes of the tasks. While they do not contribute directly to the task completion, they require updates. This involves one-way communication.
Privacy and security
RACI Matrix for Jira integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Take Jira administration actions (e.g. create projects and custom fields, view workflows, manage issue link types).
- View application roles.
- View system and custom avatars.
- Read boards and backlogs, and their issues. Read related reports and versions.