Project Change Control

Effective project change control allows you to maintain the proper focus needed to complete projects on time and on budget. Changes to a project are inevitable; the trick is to exercise good judgment and handle change in a streamlined, non-bureaucratic way. Change Control is the process used to properly integrate or postpone requests for changes to the project's scope into the project budget and completion schedule. This plan is designed to help you implement an efficient and effective method of change control within your project management framework.

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