Project Change Control Board and Feedback Loop

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Project Change Control Board and Feedback Loop:

Project Change Control Board: Also known as the CCB, it is a decisive body entrusted assigned the task of approving changes to projects and their impacts. It does this in two phases: the first phase is analysis of the proposed change. It is also a granted request for additional information about the change or to delay the decision regarding the change. Every approved change will be conveyed in the baselines.

Project Feedback Loop: The entire life cycle of a project is broken down into five phases: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Controlling and Closing. The project cannot be considered completely unaffected and having no impact on external factors. Information gathering and distribution is critical at this juncture. The tasks performed for gathering and distributing information serves the purpose of information feedback loops.

A project that does not make use of feedback loops is operating on the assumption that… 

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