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1 month 1 week ago #23479

Mahdi Seify

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thanks Gabriella
1 month 1 week ago #23386

Gabriella Dellino, PMP

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Hi Mahdi,

the project charter very rarely changes in a project life cycle. There should be a very good reason for that; in my opinion a newly identified stakeholder does not look as a very good reason to change the charter. Even though you mention it has a high impact on the project... I think it depends on what this "high" impact implies.
As for the update to the risk register, I would say it may or may not be needed. It depends on whether this newly identified stakeholder brings to newly identified risks.

Gabriella
1 month 2 weeks ago #23285

Mahdi Seify

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let me clarify my question:

A newly identified stakeholder in the execution stage does not make any change in defined baselines ( scope, time and cost) and its impact on projecy is high, this conclusion comes after primary analysis,

in this case I should proceed as follow
1. adding to Identified risk list
2.adding stakeholder register list
3. By attaching addendum, add them to the charter
4. advancing stakeholder analysis


is this order currect?
thanks
1 month 3 weeks ago #23242

Elizabeth Harrin

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In 'real life' I would simply add them to the stakeholder register.
1 month 3 weeks ago #23238

Mahdi Seify

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Hi

Could you please clarify this vague point:
A newly identified and critical stakeholder in the execution stage, does not make any change in defined baselines ( scope, time and cost) in this case we should add it just into stakeholder register list or as it is essential as well we should add to the charter as well? also after stakeholder analysis, we found it does not have any effect on baselines it means this change into charter or stakeholder register list or both does not need
CCB approval?

Thanks

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