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I would define the Change Control System as the entire capability that would include policies, process, and procedures; tools to include a tracking capability, forms, metrics; human resources that are directly involved; and trained project human resources that are involved in some way as stakeholders. Change tools are those things that enable tracking ...


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At its simplest level, Change Control usually refers to changes to the project. In the unlikely event that the project delivers exactly what was originally requested and agreed, then there would be no need for change control. Changes should be approved by the Change Control Board (or equivalent) - the CCB that you mention in the question. The Change Control ...


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