Shared work meets responsibility and goal orientation
To answer the current and future needs of increasingly complex global organizations, we created a methodology that combines true sharing of work linked to responsibility and goal orientation and called it Social RASIC.
This methodology is implemented with two core applications on the Salesforce Lightning platform:
2Team provides the core capabilities of project work and establishes the context for how information is shared amongst teams. Teams can operate in an environment where sharing work and real-time information enables compliant transparency in relation to organizational goals. This builds a robust network of responsibilities with the benefits of informed decision making.
Our Customer/Product Relationship Management (CPRM) application adds an immersive product-centric planning and sales infrastructure within 2Team. It takes into account emerging business models such as Software-as-a-Service, Product-as-a-Service and Hardware-as-a-Service. This allows to manage client/product relationships between supplier and OEMs in context of changing market conditions and commercial performance.
How it works
Taking multi-cloud capabilities beyond the status quo
The Social RASIC operating model uses the most relevant collaborative features of several platforms and contextually ties together all essential project team collaboration elements in one place. This significantly reduces duplicate file distribution and resulting duplicate work.
Previous efforts needed to connect together project communication, information and open to do items are a thing of the past. This allows your teams to work together efficiently, make fast decisions, and focus on what matters most.
What is RASIC?
RASIC is a long-standing method of responsibility assignment, applied across projects, companies, and industries to manage large-scale cross-functional projects; allowing organizations usually governed by their formal hierarchies to break down organizational barriers and collaborate in a more dynamic and effective way.
The five roles: Responsible, Accountable, Supporter, Informed, and Consultant, are applied to team members to provide a common understanding expectations and responsibilities.