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Configuration Management for Senior Managers by Frank B. Watts

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Chapter Six

Signatures on CM Documents

Abstract

We want many functions involved in the CM processes, the more eyeballs the better. Involvement is different than signing. Realize that signatures add time to the processes without necessarily adding value. Minimize the signatures involved in each process. Devise a method wherein anyone directly affected by the process/documentation has the ability to stop an action without a signing privilege. Make sure people understand what their responsibilities are and what their signature/approval is for.

Keywords

Involvement; Responsibilities; Signatures; Stop action
Signatures represent responsibility. Signatures on design documents are extremely important because the company’s product is embodied in the design ...

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