You are managing a database design project and just realized that there is a major flaw in your design. Your team determines that fixing the design flaw will result in 2 additional weeks of work, but not fixing it would result in a major security vulnerability that is unacceptable to the customer. What should you do next?
A. Fix the flaw immediately B. Inform the customer of the design flaw C. Create a change request D. Determine the impact of the change
Create a change request-monitoring & controlling - integration managementthe correct answer is choice c. in this question you have already identified the change and doucumented the impact. thus the next step is to create a change request. you should not begin fixing the problem, as suggested in choice a, until you get approval. choice b is also inappropriate, because it is not the next step. you should get the change approved first, and then inform the customer of the new plan. the steps in the change process are 1) identify the change, 2) determine the impact, 3) create the change request, 4) perform integrated change control (ask the ccb for approval), 5) update the project documents, 6) manage stakeholder expectations, and 7) manage the project per the new plan.