Delegate task according to experience: execution frequency, case involvement, interactions
Assign a task to a person based on their experience, measured by the number of times they have executed a work item, been involved in a case, and interacted with others
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An organisation assigns a senior manager role in data and analytics to a person with at least 10 project involvements, five project leadership experiences, and team management experience of at least 20 people.
Experience metrics for people must be available. At the time of execution, the experience required for the task will be matched with existing data and to select an appropriate person.
This pattern will result in high-quality outcomes in less time.
Foundational free Patterns
If capacity is insufficient, consider increasing the available number of resources
Explore whether a process can easily be used for additional products or services