Roles and Responsibility Chart
The purpose of this matrix is to assign activities to particular departments or individuals, define roles and responsibilities, and outline relationships between groups. This matrix should be completed early in project planning before resources are allocated or scheduled.
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ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY CHART
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