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    Can you help me with the following?

    * Who approves and reject changes to the scope of the project?
    * Who approves and reject resources.
    * Should the project manager have full authority to change control?
    * What type of system should be in place to manage change request and why you are choosing this technique?

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    Answer 1.

    Decision Maker of Project Scope

    In the project management, several stakeholders have the power to approve and reject changes regarding the scope of the project that includes top management, project sponsor, project manager, project contractors and government. The project manager should have the authority to approve and reject changes that don't have the major impact on scope or schedule of the project (Harrington, 2006). The change control board also has the authority to review and approve the changes requests.

    Answer 2.

    Decision Maker of Project Resources

    The effective utilization of available resources helps to achieve all the objectives of a project that requires right allocation of resources including human and finance resources. The project manager has the authority to approve and reject available resources ...

    Solution Summary

    The following posting helps with project management problems. Concepts covered include types of systems and changing control.