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Taking the premise that formal change control is of no use or benefit, therefore change control requests of no use or benefit especially if you do not have change control.

In the Toolkit, we do not have change control requests because the customer is leading the assessment of the deliverables. They define when it is complete and they do that as part of their assessments.

They assess whether a deliverable is fit for purpose, its primary assessment criteria and the project assesses if the work to complete the deliverable can be done in the current timebox. If a business team member decides that a change is needed to a deliverable, it is discussed in the project and if it is deemed an important change that was not part of originally estimated work then there need to be some scope seep.

If it can be accommodated within the project then it is planned into the current or next timebox and delivered. A change control request is not needed; it is surplus to requirements.

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