Professional | ~1 hr. 20 min.

Change Management Using Upchain

Course | Outcomes and capabilities
Change is inevitable in every project and product design. How you manage the changes play a large role in the success of your team. This learning path explores the change management process used in Upchain. You will learn to: Send a change request Review and approve change requests Use item maturity to define your organization's change process Manage changes between revisions Submit items to subsequent change requests and note differences between releases

Change is inevitable in every project and product design. How you manage the changes play a large role in the success of your team. This course explores the change management process used in Upchain.

After completing this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Send a change request 
  • Review and approve change requests 
  • Use item maturity to define your organization's change process 
  • Manage changes between revisions 
  • Submit items to subsequent change requests and note differences between releases 

Course modules

~35 min.
Introduction to Change Management in Upchain
Module

In this module, we explore what change management is and what it means to release an item. We also explore the general process of sending an item to a Change request, explore the Change request interface, and review and approve the Change request to release the items. We also introduce the concept of item maturity and how it can be used as part of your organization's change processes.

~45 min.
Revising Released Items in Upchain
Module

In this module, we explore how the change process can be initiated using Investigation requests. We then look at how to revise items to make the required changes and some best practices surrounding this process. Finally, we look at how to submit items to subsequent Change requests and what aspects of this process are different from initial Change requests. You’ll find the content of this module common practice when determining the finished state of your items in Upchain.