Change Control Board (CCB)

A change control board is like a group responsible for deciding whether to approve or reject changes to a project’s plan or scope. They carefully review proposed changes to see how they might affect things like goals, timeline, budgets, and resources.

Their job is to make sure that any changes align with the project’s objectives and that any potential impact is handled correctly. This helps prevent projects from veering off course due to unexpected changes or additions.

In simpler terms, the change control board acts as a gatekeeper, ensuring that any adjustments to the project are carefully considered and don’t cause problems down the line. They’re like the guardians of the project’s direction and success.