L27: Managing Change Orders

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Project change orders are inevitable – a mature company establishes a traceable process to ensure the tracking of the changes and their causes. Internal change orders are used by the Project Manager and project team to manage the project’s cost variances throughout the project’s lifecycle – from Project Kick-off to transition to Service. They reflect the lineage of changes to the project from the System Integrator’s perspective; they are not shared with the Client. Contract Change Orders are Client-facing and often change the price of the project from the Client’s perspective. The Change Order process should be communicated in the proposal and Client Coordination meeting to address the “who, what, when, how” of requesting, communicating and tracking equipment and project changes.

Why is this session important?

Project change orders are inevitable – a mature integrator establishes a traceable process to ensure the tracking of the changes and their causes. The Change Order process should be communicated in the proposal and Client Coordination meeting to address the “who, what, when, how” of requesting, communicating and tracking equipment and project changes.