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A '''Domain''' is an asset or process of the organization given to a [[role]] or [[circle]] to give it exclusive control of that resource.
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A '''Domain''' is a "property" of the organization (e.g. asset, function, or process) given to a [[role]] or [[circle]] in order to give it exclusive control of that resource.
  
 
Examples of domains:
 
Examples of domains:
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When a Marketing role has a domain over "The company's main website", no other role or circle in the organization is allowed to impact the company's website without the Marketing role's permission.
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When a Marketing role has a domain over "The company's website", no other role or circle in the organization is allowed to impact the company's website without the Marketing role's permission.
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Latest revision as of 04:04, 29 November 2014

A Domain is a "property" of the organization (e.g. asset, function, or process) given to a role or circle in order to give it exclusive control of that resource.

Examples of domains:

  • The company's main website
  • Event registration process
  • Financial transaction processing systems & processes
  • The company's mailing list and associated activities
  • Accounting standards for the organization

When a Marketing role has a domain over "The company's website", no other role or circle in the organization is allowed to impact the company's website without the Marketing role's permission.