(1.6) Integrierte Änderungssteuerung

(1.6.1) Process Input

... generated by predecessor processes

... introduced by external units

  • Enterprise Environmental Factors
  • Organizational Process Assets

(1.6.2) Process Definition

Integrated Change Control is the process for "[...] reviewing all change requestes, approving changes, and controlling changes to the deliverables and organizational assets" (comp. PMBOK3, p. 79)

(1.6.3) Tools and Techniques

PMBOK Mentioned Methods

  • Project management methodology deliveres methods and processes "[...] that aids a project management team in implementing Integrated Change Control for the project"
  • Project management information system is "an automated system" being used by the project management team as "an aid for implementing an Integrated Change Control process for the project, facilitating feedback for the project and controlling changes across the project"
  • Expert judgement is used by collecting experts into the change control board

(comp. PMBOK3, p. 99)

Open Source Tools

  • NN

(1.6.4) Process Output

  • Approved Change Requests should be (planned and) executed
  • Rejected Change Requests should be monitored and controlled
  • Updates of the Project Management Plan
  • Updates of the Project Scope Statement
  • Approved Corrective Actions should be (planned and) executed
  • Approved Preventive Actions should be (planned and) executed
  • Approved Defect Repair should be (planned and) executed
  • Validated Defect Repair should be (planned and) executed
  • Deliverables should be formally given to the project owner / sponsor before closing the project

(comp. PMBOK3, p. 99)

(1.6.5) Output Using Successor Processes

Successors using the output as own input(1):

  1. In this case we don't distinguish between successors using the initial generated output and successors using the updated output an input. We assume that approved change requests are generally generated by successor (sub-) processes and that they constitute backward lopps. (For details see FAQ::Q001)