Managing change is vital to keeping your project on track. Be prepared for changes with this simple form.
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The Change Management process is fundamental to the successful delivery of the project. The Change Management process ensures that each change introduced to the project environment is appropriately defined, evaluated and approved prior to implementation.
This zipped file contains 11 separate Word and Excel templates and examples to help you manage change, observe issues and track tasks. It's a one-stop-shop for change management!
Change is inevitable. Be prepared to handle it by having your paperwork in order. When you have to make changes to a contract in progress, changes which will no doubt affect the bottom line as well as the timeline of your project, be sure you have the client's approval in writing first.
A change order will most certainly impact the scope of your project. By using this form and attaching it to the original statement of work, you can present the change order to those who must approve it.
Change management requires continuous communication, active sponsorship, stakeholder buy-in and tailored training. Project leaders can use this spreadsheet-based assessment tool to evaluate their organization's change readiness and to provide guidance on better preparing for change initiatives.
This simple change request form will keep you mindful of what the proposed change is and the impact it will have.
The change request form should be used to formally initiate a request for change to a project. Types of change requests you can initiate by using this form include changes to scope, timeframes, deliverables, resources, milestones and expenditures.
Assumptions can introduce significant risk to projects. Whether assuming someone is responsible for a task or all implications of a change are understood, they lead to scope creep, delays and outright failure. Use this collaborative spreadsheet as a risk mitigation exercise to uncover assumptions about your initiatives before they do serious damage.
Your project is staffed with skilled programmers, but even they may not attend to all the details that make code comprehensible, maintainable and effective for the project. Your code developers will benefit from having a guideline such as this checklist (it's in programmer-speak!) in hand to review the code for tightness, accuracy, completeness and adequate documentation.