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ARMI (Approver, Resource, Member, Interested Party)

Definition of ARMI (Approver, Resource, Member, Interested Party):

A project management tool, ARMI can be used to analyze the level of support of project stakeholders. The acronym stands for the four levels of support that can be assigned to the various stakeholders:

  • Approver – individual whose sign-off is required to move forward with the project
  • Resource – expert whose skills are required for the project
  • Member – those individuals making up the project team
  • Interested party – people who need to be kept up-to-date on the project

It is similar to the project management tool RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed) for categorizing the level of participation of project team members.

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