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Thursday, 25 January 2007 17:50

Integrated Change Control

The purpose of overall change control is to influence factors that create change so the change is beneficial, determine when a change has occurred, and manage actual changes when they do occur. This process is concerned with coordinating changes across the entire project. Performed from project Inception through Completion. A Change Control System is used to evaluate and approve or kickback change requests for the project. Changes requests stem from suggestions of the stakeholders. The PM must be careful; certain changes may lead to additional Time and Cost. The PM uses Integrated Change Control to:

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Thursday, 25 January 2007 17:31

Project Charter

To begin the project, a project charter is needed. The project charter is a formal document that brings the project into existence. The project charter is a small document but one that is extremely important to getting a project started in the right direction. The essential components of the project charter are simple. First, it formally authorizes the project to begin and names the project manager. It will also contain a brief business case showing the justification for the project.

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