In Reply to Parent Post by QAMTY
Well my company is 100 people, my case is:
I have a Manager who is in charge of the Inspection process, with a lot of experience to manage the department.
Under him for Shipping, Final inspection,etc. he has other very capable guys
doing their jobs.
I know the manager has the overall responsibility but the other guys also have responsibility.
1-For not overlapping responsibilities I think should assign to each the proper responsibility
2- Can I call them owners as well?
Any process owner (Core process / Support process / Sub-process) needs to have certain leadership and managerial qualities so as to own his work to execute with authority and responsibility and within the stipulated time., and interact with peers to meet the organization requirements. He must have the big picture in clarity and know how to do his part of the picture.
Without these qualities one pretty much waits for orders or directions to perform and tagging them as owners of a process does no great either to the person or the organization.
So you have to judge and decide whom you will designate process owner and let them own and perform, with management constantly reviewing and providing resources and directions.
So my response is ... Does someone have the leadership and managerial qualities and abilities to be designated as process owner ?
How many processes then can he own and perform ?