Process Accountability Matrix Example
Process Accountability Matrix Example

A Process Accountability Matrix makes clear who owns key processes who is responsible for enacting them and who needs to be kept informed along the way. The matrix is also known as an Accountability Responsibility Communicated (ARC) Chart. This example is from Namadgi School in the ACT.

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