Updated: Jul 31
Change can be (and often is) a significant source of new risk. As a result, many companies have implemented the basics when it comes to Management of Change (MOC). This may be enough to pass an audit but is not enough to effectively manage the risks due to: asset, process, or organizational change.
For that you need processes that are adequately scoped, have clear accountability, and that effectively manage risks during and after the change is implemented.
You also need to properly measure both the performance and effectiveness of the MOC process to know whether or not: (1) there is sufficient capacity to manage planned changes and (2) risks are properly mitigated.
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