The Change Management Process Is A Planned Approach For An Organization Point Of View And At Individual Level

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The Change Management process is a planned approach to manage changes, from an organization point of view and at individual level. A specific scenario can be considered in order to define the change management for my project. For example; considering the situation, that been a Project Manager, I decide to leave the organization and is suppose to serve a notice period of 4 weeks. However, the project plan, project schedule, project resource allocation, budget and statement of purpose are already in place. In this situation, the documentation will be required to be revised, make changes to the project schedule and project resource sheet. The project budget may also change depending on the current person who is taking over. The basic step in the process is to identify who is the right fit and has the right attributes to fill the role of the Project Manager from the existing project team. Based on my analysis, the person may not be in our organization since this is a fast pace project and all the resources are pre-occupied in their own tasks. Therefore, the two possibilities are as follow; firstly, to use internal Project Manager from a different project in the organization if he/she is available and can contribute to the project. Otherwise higher a new Project Manager that has experience with similar application. Budget impacts can be based on the current salary of the replaced person. The man-hours to train the project manager plus the time required learning about the…

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