• It allows you to see the impact of re-planning on your project. This will allow you to see the impact on schedule, budget, quality by not hiding the diverted work.
  • It allows you to manage your stakeholders. It can provide data on past impacts to project work that result from large scope changes. This will help you ensure that change requests are only submitted and approved when the value is greater than the costs.
  • This helps you make better estimates for the future. Knowing what it takes to respond to scope change can help you plan better.

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