Difference between revisions of "Engineering Change Management (glossary)"

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Kossiakoff, A., and W. N. Sweet, 2003. Systems Engineering: Principles and Practice, J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. Pg 448
 
Kossiakoff, A., and W. N. Sweet, 2003. Systems Engineering: Principles and Practice, J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. Pg 448
 
   
 
   
 
Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, and H. Cotterman, 2003. Communicating Project Management, J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. Pgs116, 164
 
Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, and H. Cotterman, 2003. Communicating Project Management, J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. Pgs116, 164
 
  
 
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Revision as of 19:47, 23 August 2012

1. Change Management: The comprehensive evaluation and approval or disapproval of a change that takes into consideration all effects of the change. Mooz 2003. p 116, 164

2. Engineering Change: An alteration in the configuration of a configuration item or other desiginated item after formal establishment of its configurement identification. Kossiakoff 2003. p 448

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Kossiakoff, A., and W. N. Sweet, 2003. Systems Engineering: Principles and Practice, J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. Pg 448

Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, and H. Cotterman, 2003. Communicating Project Management, J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. Pgs116, 164

Discussion

Engineering Change Management focuses on technical changes, or the technical aspect of a change, versus the business or budgetary aspect of the change. An engineering change notice is the formal release of an engineering revision to an approved baseline.



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