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What does CCB mean?

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In a project management context, what does CCB stand for? I have seen the term in one my assignment articles in my project management class and I don't know what it means!
asked 12 years ago by anonymous

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CCB is usually used to refer to the Change Control Board.
It is a committee that constitutes of the project stakeholders or their representatives that makes decisions regarding whether or not proposed changes to a software project should be implemented.

Usually if a request for an additional feature or change to an existing functionality is received,  the project manager documents this change and asks his team to perform an Impact analysis of the change. The  documented change request and the impact analysis is then discussed with the stakeholders at the next CCB meeting. If the CCB approves the change, the Change request is considered approved and the requested change in the software can be implemented.
answered 12 years ago by dimple (2,920 points)

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