An input's owner is the person who is ultimately accountable for that input's progress to closure.
Only Process Owners can be an inputs owner.
When an input is submitted it must be assigned an owner. That person is ultimately accountable for the input's progress to closure.
If there is only one process owner in a crowd then all inputs are automatically owned by them - without the need for allocation by the moderator.
If there is more than one process owner, the moderator must allocate the input to the appropriate owner.
Input owners have complete control over their inputs, including the ability to:
- Edit their title and description.
- Set input security and viewing permissions.
- Update Topic, Release, Lifecycle, Stage, Assigned To, Owned By.
- Delete the input.