Roles and accountabilities

A specific viewpoint on enterprise social interaction is the role and accountability (R&A) model. Steve Haeckel proposes a design pattern where organizational roles are populated by individuals who are accountable for delivering negotiated outcomes to other roles. Negotiated terms and conditions (funding, authority, resources, etc.) can be associated with the primary deliverables.

•    Elements: role, role-player, negotiated accountability, outcome, terms and conditions
•    Types: The main variances of this architectural pattern is the type of enterprise where it is applied.
•    Sociality: This pattern is prescriptive, and in effect it creates a form of bounded sociality where a few simple rules of engagement give rise to organizations with maximum adaptability in the face of changing environments.