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Anyway, any changes can impact on added costs, spend more time or even more risks, the person you should report the changes in the case of my project should be The project manager, or a sponsor, you should report why you doing the change, and of course how will it impact on the budget or schedule of the project or future trip, Finally everybody that is involved in the project should be aware of the changes. 11.- What are Project Deliverables? Give Examples Project deliverables are building blocks of an overall project, these must be tangible, measurable and specific, it’s the service (in the case of my project) you give to customers or clients, they have a date, they are very important to achieve the objective of the project, they include defined services on the project scope, and mostly important they can improve your WBS, Some examples could be something you need to deliver, a report of any task made, or even some software that can improve any hardware of a company. 12.- Give Examples of the relevant project Authority that may need to agree to scope First to explain a little bit what is a Project Authority, it’s basically a relevant project Authority that must give his agreement for your scope management plan, in other words it’s to gain the acceptance of the stakeholders involve in your project deliverables, the agreement must be signed for your project to be approve, the things that an Authority will verify is measuring, examining and testing if the project works, finally every project must be verify by this Authority and it depends on the type of project, some example of them can be a person delegated under “governance arrangements”, or even a project manager or project steering committee or even some stakeholders. 13.- What Change Control Procedures and Performance Measurements Procedures can be used when Undertaking Project work?
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When you are in a project it should be done according to the project scope management plan that was agreed by any relevant Project Authority, for this there is an established change control procedures and performance measurement, these should be adjust project scope documentation when any change in the scope happens, also you must identify and monitor some elements that are a problem to change of your scope, plus identify pressures that can influence the scope creep, and finally you have to maintain the documentation of the changes of your scope for future project audits. And for the changes in performance measurements you must use tools or any technique to manage and be able to measure the progress of your project (its time and resources). All of this will help my project to recognize new or future risks, provide to me a way to see how my project is going to work, and of course achieve better outcomes.
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