In project change management, a change control board (CCB) may be required to review and approve for changes. Normally, members of the change control board come from various departments to ensure the impact of change requests to all aspects of the project and other factors outside the project are considered and analyzed before making a decision.
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Which of the following statement is true about the change control board?
A. A change control board is a group responsible for reviewing and approving or rejecting changes to the project.
B. The change control board is responsible for tracking change status to ensure all approved changes are correctly implemented.
C. The change control board should not include the project team to ensure objective decisions are made.
D. Every change should be analyzed and approved by the change control board before being implemented.
Hint: Remember the concept of change control board.