Responsibility

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The Responsibility is a charge assigned to a unique actor to signify its accountabilities concerning a unique business task (Feltus). The responsibility of an agent is defined as the subset of tasks allocated to him by a manager and it is shown that rent seeking considerations lead the manager to allocate the few tasks to the agent (Prendergast). For (Sliwka), the responsibility exists when a superior holds a certain subordinate responsible for a task, when he announces his beliefs that this subordinate contributes most to this task.

Responsibility may refer to:

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  • Feltus (2014) Aligning Access Rights to Governance Needs with the Responsibility MetaModel (ReMMo) in the Frame of Enterprise Architecture (Chrisophe Feltus) ISBN 978-2-87037-843-4. Registration of Copyright: D/2014/1881/34
  • Prendergast (1995)A theory of responsibility in organizations (C. J. Prendergast) volume 13(3), pages 387-400.
  • Sliwka (2006) On the notion of responsibility in organizations (Dirk Sliwka) volume 22(2).