The change advisory board is responsible for authorizing changes and further evaluating requests when the change manager determines that there is a high risk associated with akin requests, require only to be logged before being implemented, only higher-risk changes need approval. In addition to this, change management is the process responsible for controlling changes to deliver early realization of benefits with minimum risk and adverse impact.
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