wikipedia (other information sources are available, and recommended) states;
Change control within quality management systems (QMS) and information technology (IT) systems is a formal process used to ensure that changes to a product or system are introduced in a controlled and coordinated manner. It reduces the possibility that unnecessary changes will be introduced to a system without forethought, introducing faults into the system or undoing changes made by other users of software. The goals of a change control procedure usually include minimal disruption to services, reduction in back-out activities, and cost-effective utilisation of resources involved in implementing change.
So what does this mean… in plain English?
Many of you will have heard of the “6 Ps” – Prior Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance.
20 Jun 2018
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