I suggest that Permissions structure be improved to also include functionality. The idea stems from the fact that the Admin permission is too broad in scope and allows the holder of admin to change and view too much.
Here are examples for how it could operate:
- a permission for updating the directory. This is an administrative task, however it shouldn’t necessarily be a task performed by the Ninety Admin (who can see everything in Ninety.
- a permission for monitoring the number of quarterly conversations underway/completed/status. This is something that we would like HR to monitor from a high level (not seeing the contents of the quarterly conversation data - just observing progress).
- a permission for updating the accountability chart
- permission for updating and adding processes.