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Comprehensive management of project changes

Author(s): Aljaž Stare

Journal: Economic and Business Review
ISSN 1580-0466

Volume: 12;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 195;
Date: 2010;
Original page

The goal of this research was to examine how project changes can be prevented, and how to reduce their negative impact. Theoretical research examined risk management, project control and change management. Based on the study a “Comprehensive Change Management Model” was developed and verified after conducting empirical research in Slovenian enterprises. The research confirmed that risk management identifies possible changes and reduces their impact; project control ensures the timely detection of changes and an efficient response, while formal change management ensures the effective implementation of changes. The combined functioning of all three areas ensures effective project execution.

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