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    "What do we control using a change control process?"

    As you explore this topic, be sure to include a brief discussion of the consequences of NOT following change control procedures.

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    The main thing we control using a change control process is Scope Creep. Scope creep "refers to uncontrolled changes or continuous growth in a project's scope" (Wikipedia, 2013, para 1). Essentially, scope creep are any changes to the original scope that happen as a result of changes within the project. The change control process allows for full disclosure, knowledge and ...

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    This solution provides a discussion regarding the change control process including consequences of not using change control procedures. The change control process discussed in this solution is Scope Creep. One example of a change control procedure discussed includes the large change in the project that might result without the client or project manager's awareness or permission. The explanation is given in 228 words and includes one reference.