Change requests are inevitable on a project, and anyone from the client to a team member can make them at any time, therefore, an integrative project change request form is required. While satisfying the need to track and manage all those requests, a change request form also helps the requestor (of the change) to specify what exactly they would like to change in (or add to or remove from) the project scope and why. Additionally, the form allows the project manager to mention the impact of the change, which in turn helps the Change Control Board decide whether to approve the change request. In this assignment, you will create a change request form for an example change request from the client in your Integrative Project.

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Upon successful completion of this assignment, you will be able to:

  • Create a Change Request Form.

Integrative project change request form 

Integrative project


  • File: Change Request Form Template
  • Website: IWU Resources
  • Website: Evaluating Sources

Background Information

While an  integrative project change request form helps the requestor (of the change) state and justify the request, it also clarifies to the project manager, the impact this change will have on schedule, cost, risk, etc. Standardizing the change request process with a form is in the best interest of all stakeholders, both external and internal.


  1. Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
  2. In this assignment, you will:
    1. Use the Change Request Form Template (Word) provided.
    2. Draft a Change Request Form for an example change request from the client in your Integrative Project.
  3. Your submission should be a minimum of 350 words.
  4. All references and citations should be in APA format.
    1. Review the APA Style page for information on how to cite sources and format citations and references properly.
    2. You may also review the OCLS Evaluating Sources page to see the criteria for credible Internet research websites.
  5. Review the rubric your instructor will use to evaluate the quality of your work and make improvements as needed to meet the expectations outlined.
  6. When you’ve completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself and submit a copy to your instructor by the end of the workshop.

Requirements: 350