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The change manager

The change manager is accountable for the day to day activities of the change management process for the Information Management team. This person  must  essentially  be  a  process-driven  person,  as  the  change manager is responsible for the following:

  • Logging and consolidating the RFCs (Request for Change),
  • Monitor that the RFCs are filled out correctly,
  • Handing over the change requests to a change owner, and
  • Relentlessly reviewing the overall change process.

The change manager also approves the following:

  • The change advisor's determination whether the projected changes are practicable.
  • The change advisor's determination of the amount of impact of each proposed change
  • Give approval for the requests where appropriate. Deny transform requests for all but major and emergency changes.
  • The change owner's planning and change execution plan, and
  • All completed changes to guarantee success.
  • In essence, the change manager is occupied in almost every step of the change management process.
Posted Date: 9/28/2012 8:00:01 AM | Location : United States







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