Analysing Process Control Structures for Projects
Process Control Structures are a formal organisation of the modification made to deliverables that are controlled by configuration management.
The process control structures define how modifications will be reviewed, documented, delivered, communicated and revised.
The process control structure establishes standardization within the project team because it forced everyone working on modifications to adhere to the same conformance standards.
A team of software engineers working on a new product will all conform to the same process control structure when implementing modifications to the software design.
They will have a formalized system in place for reviewing proposed modifications to the product, controlling product iterations, and carrying out testing and review cycles.
Without a process control structure, the software engineers will be slowed down by the confusion and I necessary rework of trying to keep track of various modifications and revisions made to the product.
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