Integrated Project Management By Earl Hall, Juliane Johnson
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Chapter 13. Project Change
Few projects proceed from beginning to end without some change in the specified outcome(s) or in the methods used to achieve these outcomes. The introduction of change into a project must be managed carefully, or the project will fall apart. A change committee, consisting of a customer representative, key task leaders, and a financial representative, that is chaired by the project manager must be established at the project's inception. This committee must develop a set of change procedures that will be rigorously followed.