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RADIX Group Model

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RADIX defines the Data Model, names that are common across groups (0.n.n…), the Maturity Model and the Optimising Model. A Group may define a different version of any of these specific to their model, but this should only be done where absolutely necessary. General policy is to use a common definition of these across models.
RADIX Framework does not define the process model, but there is a generic design that should be followed, and adapted to suit the needs of each specific Group.
In general, the Group Process Model will have both of the following Disciplines (or sets of related Processes):

  • Governance: the steering, audit and oversight of the organisation 
  • Service: the definition, support and delivery of services to customers, users and/or staff

…and some or all of the following Disciplines:

  • People: (otherwise known as Human resources) the recruitment, development, retention, incenting, assessment and remuneration of staff
  • Finance: the planning and control of money and flow of money
  • Operations: the planning, execution and control of the value chain of the organisation
  • Sales: generating revenue
  • Marketing: generating demand
  • Solutions: Selection, justification, purchase, construction and implementation of systems for the business: machinery, software, vehicles ...
  • Computing: (otherwise known as Information Technology or Information and Communications Technology) the planning, execution and control of computer-based systems, usually complex enough to have a separate Discipline from Operations

…as well as other Disciplines specific to the Group if required.
Disciplines can be further broken down into Domains if desired. For convenience, those that are not are given one Domain of the same name.
The Processes of the model are placed within the Domains, i.e. a Process exists in only one Domain within one Discipline.
Each Process is made up of Practices. A Practice exists within only one Process.
The model defines a number of Roles that people will perform. Each Process is owned by a Role, and each Practice is performed by a Role (not necessarily the same one that owns the related Process).

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