Is configuration management part of change management? Or, is it the other way around? A few months ago, there was an interesting discussion on one of the LinkedIn forum. The discussion was focused on configuration management vs change management. A few participants said that Configuration Management Plan is part of Change Management Plan. While other … Read more 3 Differences Between Configuration Management vs Change Management
A competent Project Manager can portray every Defect as a Change Request. Click to Tweet An intelligent Client can introduce every Change Request as a Defect. Click to Tweet I started managing projects long time ago. We used to have lot of fun in the earlier years. During that period, we used joke about defects … Read more Why Is Defect Repair Considered As A Change Request?
There are many Change and Change Management Definitions floating around. Many Project Management Standards and Leading Professionals have different Change and Change Management Definitions. Let us talk about Change and Change Management Definition as described in PMBOK Guide. This post will help you if you and your Stakeholders have frequent run-ins. It will be useful … Read more A Beginner’s Guide To Project Change Management Definitions
PMP Change Management questions are considered to be difficult questions and they are. The questions related to project changes are long, confusing, and unnerving. Sometimes, all options seem to be the correct answer. You too might have faced difficulty while answering PMP certification questions on Project Change Management. I have written this post to provide … Read more PMBOK Guide’s Change Management Process For PMP Certification
10 Steps For Effective Change Management Benjamin Disraeli would have made a great Project Manager. He was a British Prime Minister, parliamentarian and a Conservative statesman. He served in government for three decades, twice as Prime Minister. A famous quote is attributed to him Change is inevitable, change is constant. Benjamin Disraeli This is very … Read more “Change” is Not Evil!