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Execution and monitoring processes
This week, we have focused on the execution and monitoring processes, and we have paid particular attention to earned value management as a tool for evaluating performance. But after we evaluate performance, we often need to alter the project in some fashion. This may require us to change the project plan in terms of scope, schedule, or costs. As project managers, we need to work with our project sponsor to determine the best course of action once the impact of the change is known.
Both in the Gray & Larson text and in the PMBOK Guide, we read about integrated change control. For this discussion question, provide an overview of the importance of integrated change control (ICC), what the process is, and what you have seen in your professional experience whether it works well or not so well as it relates to ICC.
Please note: Expected a minimum of 2 -3 paragraphs for your initial post complete with external references. Your response postings are expected to be at least a full paragraph using cited material. APA Style
THE STANDARD FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT and A GUIDE TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE ( ) PMBOK® GUIDE Seventh Edition PMI Member benefit licensed to: Omid Shirvani – 6704077. Not for distribution, sale, or reproduction.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Project Management Institute, publisher. Title: The standard for project management and a guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK guide). Other titles: Guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK guide) | PMBOK guide Description: Seventh edition. | Newtown Square, Pennsylvania: Project Management Institute, Inc.,  | Includes bibliographical references and index. | Summary: “Over the past few years, emerging technology, new approaches, and rapid market changes disrupted our ways of working, driving the project management profession to evolve. Each industry, organization and project face unique challenges, and team members must adapt their approaches to successfully manage projects and ® deliver results. With this in mind, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) – Seventh Edition takes a deeper look into the fundamental concepts and constructs of the ® profession. Including both The Standard for Project Management and the PMBOK Guide, this edition presents 12 principles of project management and eight project performance domains that are critical ® for effectively delivering project outcomes. This edition of the PMBOK Guide: Reflects the full range of development approaches (predictive, traditional, adaptive, agile, hybrid, etc.); Devotes an entire section to tailoring development approaches and processes; Expands the list of tools and techniques in a new section, “Models, Methods, and Artifacts”; Focuses on project outcomes, in addition to deliverables; and ® Integrates with PMIstandards+, giving users access to content that helps them apply the PMBOK Guide on the job. The result is a modern guide…