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track change management in P6, P5, etc

track change management in P6, P5, etc

track change management in P6, P5, etc

caveat: We don't use Contract Manager / Expedition

We do use Timesheets for time entry and status of activities

Ok, in P6 we are trying to track change management. Maybe not the
full workflow that passes from individual to individual. We are
looking at two ways to track that the Project Manager is doing his

First, we may use steps. The project control specialist would get
communication from the PM and the PCS would then enter a step with
info provided by the PM. At completion the PM would acknowledge that
the change management process has been completed via timesheets
(check it complete)

Or we may use Issues. Same idea as above but I believe with issues we
could take advantage of the "discuss" button in the client and track
history. Pitfall - MyPrimavera does not show the history.

Anyone else trying to track a Plan-Do-Check-Act type of event?


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