Change Request TUNE IT! What Are Changes? PowerPoint Presentation
Role of PM in Change Management. Identify impact on the project. Schedule. Budget. Resources. Accurately document and track all project issues, risks and change requests. . Change requests often originate as unresolved issues or unmitigated risks . ID: 700273Embed code:
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What Are Changes?Slide3Slide4Slide5
Role of PM in Change Management
Identify impact on the project
Accurately document and track all project issues, risks and change requests.
Change requests often originate as unresolved issues or unmitigated risks
Ensure review and action on change requests by the Change Control Board
decisions/resolutions to the appropriate stakeholdersSlide6
Change Request Forms
CHANGE REQUEST LOG
Business Process Owner
Project Executive Sponsor Item #Date OpenedProjected Due DateResolved DateCategoryChange DescriptionImpactEscalation RequiredComms Update RequiredAssigned To/ OwnerStatus LogWBS Line Item Priority##.##mm/dd/yymm/dd/yymm/dd/yyType of changeDescribe the ChangeDescribe impact on project; alternative solutions to research; tasks to accomplish the resolutionYes or no, if yes enter nameYes or noName of responsible individual assigned to the change and owner if differentmm/dd: describe status, i.e., 08/01: meeting held to review problem; programmer reviewing programEnter WBS line item number, if applicable1 = High2 = Med3 = Low4 = DeferSlide9
If change requests are approved, the project management plan and other project documents must be updated to reflect the change. The project manager must effectively and clearly communicate the change to the team to prevent conflicting work.
performance information and reports continues to be generated and shared with stakeholders.Slide10
That’s it! Thank you!!!!!!Slide11