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DACI Decision-Making Framework

Definition: The DACI decision-making framework is a model designed to help improve the effectiveness of a team's projects. This is done by assigning team members specific roles and responsibilities for group decisions. The names for these roles and responsibilities make up each letter of the acronym DACI: Driver (the person who drives the decision), Approver (the person who makes the decision), Contributors (the people or teams whose work or knowledge aid in the project), and Informed (the people whose work might be affected by these decisions and who therefore need to be kept in the loop).