ⓘ Change management analyst


ⓘ Change management analyst

A change management analyst is responsible for auditing and evaluating the change management process in the context of Systems engineering.

Change management within systems engineering is aimed at helping system users to adopt the new system and use it productively. The role of the change management analyst includes ensuring that adequate documentation and support are available to the users.

In 2006, this position was described by the National Weather Service USA as follows:

The and program management committee meetings, maintaining the current status of request for changes including action items, maintaining charters and Terms of Reference TOR, and coordinating the request for change appeals process.

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