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PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 6:54 pm    Post subject: Change Lead Times and CAB Reply with quote


Suggestions or ideas needed?

I'm in a scenario where we have strict lead times for Minor, Major, significant changes. We have CAB on a Tuesday, so only 1 CAB a week. Lead times for changes are 1 day for Minor, 7 for Major and 14 for Significant. We have some major changes submitted on CAB day, so they wont be chaired at CAB until the following CAB (which is in 7 days). But we have had feedback that this is not giving people 7 days notices, even though they have been logged correctly. For customer notifications i.e change which may cause business impact, some of our customers require 5 days lead time.

The only way I can think of resolving this, would to have 2 CAB's a week to capture these?

I hope this makes sense?
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