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I agree with most of what @Bogdan wrote but want to address those changes that do impact project constraints but are caused by both random or non random drivers that are out of control for everyone. In my opinion, the change process, which would be documented in the change log, should be reserved for formal changes to scope, budget, and schedule. The ...


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A change log is the place where you record changes to the project. This regards changes that weren't initially planned or included by the project's constraints of (mainly) cost, scope and time. The change log is something from traditional project management, which works by defining a project as a sequence of activities (stages or phases) that you can plan ...


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Take your lead from lawyers. Well written legal documents are unambiguous, and - unless you're trying hard to find a loophole - everybody reads them and understands them the same way. How do they do that? They define their terms. They clearly define what they mean and what the intent is. The define the scope, audience, intent. And they even define where ...


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