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This view shows how the various roles of Transformation map to the different phases of Transformation and in what way. These are not hard and fast divisions of labour but illustrate how the same pattern is repeated at each level, thus enabling the whole to work together.

RACI is used here; Responsible, Accountable, Consulted and Informed.

There are two patterns here that make the whole cohesive.

Role Pattern

If we consider roles, each role is Responsible for one level. That role is also, by definition, Accountable for the level below. That does not mean that one person cannot work at more than one level, in that respect that person is performing two roles but can only wear one hat at a time.

Phase Pattern

If we consider phases, there is someone (or more than one) person at each level Responsible for doing the work in that level. In order to do their work they must Consult people from the level immediately above and below and Inform people two levels above and below.


Do you think that this basic pattern can help to keep the whole aligned and connected and why?

Does your Enterprise have a pattern of Accountability and Responsibility that enables the whole of the Transformation cascade to work together coherently?

What would the diagram look like if you overlaid the people and roles that your Enterprise defines along with their RACI mappings?



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