Change Control

In just a few words: Change control refers to the systematic process of managing and implementing changes within a manufacturing or software environment. It involves documenting, reviewing, approving, and implementing modifications to processes, systems, products, or software applications while ensuring minimal disruption and maintaining quality and compliance.

What is Change Control?

Change control is a structured process managing alterations in projects, systems, or processes. It encompasses evaluating, documenting, reviewing, approving, and implementing changes to ensure alignment with objectives, stakeholder needs, and project management. It starts with identifying change requests, formal proposals to modify projects, capturing desired adjustments, improvements, or additions from diverse sources.

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