This assignment is in continuation to the project discussed in Dropbox assignment inWeek 4.All documents for the design phases from previous weeks will be resubmitted including, the project schedule, the project charter, the project budget, and the change control management plan. Changes should be made to the originals based on instructor feedback or if there were changes in the project.In this week, you will additionally focus on preparing a report that details the end of the design phase. The report should be submitted to the CEO who will approve the beginning of the development phase.Note: For this assignment, the instructor will act as your CEO.The report should address the following:Need for the project.Strategies adopted.Brief description of the site and its design methodology.Attachments from previous weeks such as WBS, schedule, budget sheet, and change management plan (make changes as necessary based on grading feedback).Brief description of the methodology to be adopted for the development phase.Prepare a 4- to 5-page report in a Microsoft Word document, in response to the above mentioned requirements.Support your responses with examples.Cite any sources in APA format.Assignment 2 Grading CriteriaMaximum PointsAnalyzed the need for the project.40Explained the strategies adopted.40Summarized the description of the site and its design methodology.40Provided attachments from previous weeks such as WBS, schedule, budget sheet, and change control management plan.40Analyzed and provided a brief description of the methodology to be adopted for the development phase.40Written components.50Total:250su_its4011_w4_a2_whitley_b.docxRunning head: CHANGE MANAGEMENT CONTROL
Change Management Control
Brandon Whitley
South University Online
Feburary 2, 2016
Projects are dynamic activities that do not ever cease in an organization. This asks for
much attention to be given to the processes involved in projects. All the projects on the run will
at some point demand for a change and this mostly occurs in information technology projects.
This is because most of the information technology projects usually use hardware components
and software that is frequently updated. A change control system is usually a formally
documented method showing how change can occur in a project (Schwalbe, 2000). This
document also describes the official people that are authorized to make a change to the project
Websites are information systems projects which are dynamic in nature. For the case of a
corporate website a well-planned change management plan should be established to ensure a
smooth flow of operations.
The below processes show how change can be done in such kind of a project.
Identifying the need to carry out the anticipated change – This involves identifying the
project segment that requires change. If it is identified the change request is usually submitted to
the project manager by the change requester.
Change log – this process is usually done by the project manager where he logs the information
on the request made to him by the change requesters.
Change Evaluation – the project manager is usually tasked with the analysis of the requested
change. If the change is affecting the project cost, schedule risk or scope, the project manager
has to consult the other project members for a clear direction for the change (Kelkar, 2007).
Submission of the change request to the change control board (CCB) – the project manager
usually submits the change request to the change control board for review.
Obtaining the decision – the change control board usually evaluates the submitted proposal to get
the decide whether to approve or decline the requested change depending on its impact.
Change implementation – if the requested change has been approved by the change control
board, the project manager usually gives a go on for the requester to implement the change.
Change Management Plan
Project Information
Project Title: CORPORATE WEB
Project Manager:
Section 1: Change Request
Requestor Name: Luke Brian
Requestor Phone: +1 304 2667 4578
Project Number:103456
Date of Request: 1 ,
January 2016
Change Request Number:
Supplied by (PM)
Priority: 1
Item to be Changed:
Website theme colors
Description of Change:
The website theme colors need to be changed to resemble more of the organization. This will
help in maintain the organization’s credibility.
Estimated Cost & Time: $200
Duration: 2 Days
Section 2: Change Evaluation
Evaluated by: Daniel Brown
What is Affect: None
Work Required:
Programming the theme colors.
Impact to Cost, Schedule, Scope, Quality, and Risk: Minimal
Section 3: Change Resolution
Approved by (Print):
Section 4: Change Tracking
Completion Date
Completed by (Print):
My signature above indicates that the project documentation has been updated to accurately and
comprehensively reflect the approved changes.
Kelkar, S. (2007). Information technology project management. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of
Schwalbe, K. (2000). Information technology project management. Cambridge, Ma.: Course

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