As a process modeling software, Visual Paradigm allows you to describe business workflow by drawing business process diagrams with BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation) and, what's more, you can instantly generate a RACI Chart from any business process diagram to describe the ways participants (i.e. pools and lanes) get involved in the business activities (i.e. tasks and activities).
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RACI chart is a matrix that presents the different responsibilities of people, teams, department or any other business units in completing business activities for a business process. A typical RACI chart involves rows of participants and columns of business activities. Cells, when appropriate, are marked with letters R, A, C or I, with each of them representing a specific kind of responsibility. Here is a description of RACI:
R - Responsible. Participant do something to achieve a specific business activity.
A - Approver. Participant who verify the completeness and correctness of business activity.
C - Consulted. Participant who give advice on business activity.
I - Informed. Participant who are kept updated on the progress on business activity.
The purpose of this tutorial is to let you know how to generate RACI chart from a BPMN business process diagram, using Visual Paradigm.
In order perform the steps in this tutorial, make sure you have Visual Paradigm downloaded and installed. You may download Visual Paradigm in the download page if you do not have it installed.
You also need to download the sample project with BPD, which will be used to demonstrate the generation of RACI chart throughout this tutorial.
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