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TOPIC: Sequence steps of change - Confused

Sequence steps of change - Confused 2 weeks 11 hours ago #23302

  • Krishna Neeraj
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All,

Am taking exam next week. Am confused with the sequence of change. Do we need to first analyze the impact of change or forst raise the change request and do the analysis??.

Can you please explain the sequence of change. Thank you in advance.

Sequence steps of change - Confused 1 week 6 days ago #23314

  • Somesh Sukhrani
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Hi,
I am taking my exam in 2 days. The sequence that I follow which worked for all the questions for me was
1. Document the change/submit change request. This justifies PM working on the change.
2. Update change log
3. Analyze the impact.
4. Present to CCB/ submit to CCB for decision
5. Communicate decision to stakeholders
6. Update Proj documents/ Plans based on CCB decision
7. Implement Change in Direct and Manage Proj work.
8. Verify change in Control Quality
Note:
- Approved change is also input to Control procurement if change is related to supplier/ vendor deliverable.
- In above process after step 5 in some question the proj manager is newly appointed situation is given. In such senario Check change management plan may also be given as option. Depends on the question.

Regards
Somesh
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