Change Management process: Planned state

Article:HOWTO82193  |  Created: 2012-11-05  |  Updated: 2013-04-18  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO82193
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Change Management process: Planned state

The Planned state is a state in the Change Management process.

See About the Change Management process

The Change Manager has submitted the change plan to the CAB for approval. The change manager selects the CAB during the Received state. The CAB can either approve or reject the plan. The CAB can opt to schedule it for a later time. This state is skipped if the Change Manager chooses the Standard plan type.

The table describes the details of the Planned state in the Change Management process.

State name:

Planned

Brief description:

Change Manager submits the change plan to the CAB for approval.

Initiated by:

Change Manager completes and submits change plan

Outcome/Next status:

  • Change scheduled for implementation (Reviewed)

  • Change plan denied (Closed: DeniedByCab)

Players:

Change Approval Board (CAB/ECAB)

Available actions:

  • Task: Approve Change Plan

  • CAB Options: Cancel Voting

  • CAB Options: Initiate Voting

  • CAB Options: Monitor Voting

  • Process Action: Edit Change Plan.

  • Process Action: Manage CABs

  • Process Action: Manage Templates

  • Process Action: Manage Related Configuration Items

  • Process Action: Manage Related Processes

  • Process Action: Add Bulletin Board Entry

  • Process Action: Search Knowledge Base


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