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Digit's Guide to Making Decisions
has been a huge success at Digit, as evidenced by its widespread use and high approval ratings in retrospectives. This document is a guide to the intent and usage of the DACI framework at Digit.
What is DACI?
DACI is a distributed decision making framework. It is a variant of the
. There are four roles in DACI:
The person responsible for driving a particular project or decision. They pull all the material needed to pull things forward.
The person, or people, making the decision. They are ultimately responsible for the overall success of the project.
People who are contributing to a project. Contributors have something important to add to the conversation. They may not be passive observers. There is two-way communication with Contributors.
People who are impacted by decisions being made. There is one-way communication with the Informed group.
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