Integrated change control management is the systematic approach and adoption process of reviewing all change requests, approving those changes to the deliverables which are beneficial. Each proposed change is adequately documented and reviewed for approval- decision to avoid unnecessary changes that might disrupt services.
The purpose is to make ease for organizational transitions by managing the impact of changes to the scope, cost, or timescales of the project. It’s important to evaluate whether the change request is in inside or outside the scope.
We help our clients to plan strategy and develop tailor-made processes, tools and techniques to manage change control. 4M (Man, Method, Machine, and Material) process is the best way to describe the scope of change control management. A change management strategy drives the plan to make something different and important to involve every layer of rational and emotional case together.