Project Plan For A Project Management Project

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Table of Contents 1.0 Instructions 2 1.1 About the Project Change Request 2 1.2 Completing the Project Data Section 3 1.3 Completing the Change Details Section 4 1.4 Completing the Impact Analysis section 6 1.5 Completing the Summary section 6 2.0 Completing the Approvals section 7 2.1 Check Box: 7 1.0 Instructions 1.1 About the Project Change Request A project will undergo changes during some point in the projects lifecycle. The Project Changes Request will be used to monitor and report on changes throughout the course of the project lifecycle. The key is controlling the changes to manage the impact to the project plan, budget, and schedule. Some changes will be unavoidable – instances where changes have to be made to…show more content…
1.2.4 Project Manager: Enter the Project Managers Name assigned to the project. 1.2.5 Associated Risk ID’s: If this change is because of a risk response plan for one or more outstanding risks, enter the risk ID or IDs associated with this change. 1.2.6 Change Requestor: This can be any key stakeholder on the project. 1.2.7 Associated Issue ID’s: If this change is because of a corrective action plan for one or more outstanding issues, then enter each Issue ID or IDs that will be associated with this change. 1.3 Completing the Change Details Section 1.3.1 Priority In this section, you will determine the priority of the Project Change. This section will typically be evaluated project team to determine the criticality of the change to be performed. Change requests should be assigned a priority based on a set of standards. 1.3.1.1 P1 – Critical/Major: A critical priority change request is considered imperative to the success of the project, and may have a detrimental impact to the project if not addressed promptly. This type of change request is mandatory and must be completed. 1.3.1.2 P2 – High: A high priority change request is considered to be important to the success of the project. Much like the Critical/Major change priority, high priority change requests may have a direct impact to the project if not addressed prior to the project being moved to
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