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<blockquote>''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)</blockquote>  
  
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<blockquote>''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)</blockquote>
  
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Kossiakoff, A., and W. N. Sweet, 2003. ''Systems Engineering: Principles and Practice'', J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. p. 448.
 
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Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, and H. Cotterman, 2003. ''Communicating Project Management'', J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. p. 116, 164.
  
 
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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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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. p. 448.

Mooz, H., K. Forsberg, and H. Cotterman, 2003. Communicating Project Management, J. Wiley & Sons, New Jersey. p. 116, 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.

SEBoK v. 2.2, released 15 May 2020