Used correctly, a RACI Matrix creates clear roles for strategy execution, improving both accountability and speed of execution for your company. RACI 2.0 helps you avoid common people pitfalls in strategy execution—and with DecideAct software, RACI can now even be digitized.
A highly experienced organizational development consultant, trainer, and executive coach, Cassie is the founder of RACI Solutions and The New Group Consulting, Inc. Trained at Yale, Penn, and Wharton, she applies system-level thinking to clarify and streamline teamwork and structure in complex organizations. She has been teaching RACI and helping her clients use it effectively for over 20 years. Cassie teaches RACI to global executives at Wharton’s Aresty Institute of Executive Education, and she has taught at the Wharton School of Business and University of Pennsylvania’s Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics. Her book, Leading Successful Change: 8 Keys to Making Change Work, co-authored with Gregory P. Shea, has been recently updated to help leaders successfully navigate the ever-increasing pace of change (February 2020/Wharton School Press). RACI Solutions Website: www.RACISolutions.com The New Group Consulting Website: www.thenewgroupconsulting.com
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Used in the right way, the RACI model can create clear roles and responsibilities, and even though RACI has been around for many years, RACI 2.0 supports working at today’s accelerated pace and need for fast execution. With DecideAct software, the use of RACI can now even be digitized.