How are the work breakdown structure and the change control system connected?
Work breakdown structures do connect to change control systems in many different ways.
Change control is the change management system in place, to check the changes in scope affecting the project.
When the scope of work changes, the work breakdown structure might change.
A project’s WBS demonstrates the breakdown of all work items and how these work items relate to one another.
Change control ensures that the project is executed in the manner it is planned to be executed. The intersection of the work breakdown structure with change control lies in the fact that any changes that must be made to the work breakdown structure then become change control projects. Any time the WBS is changed, the project’s deliverables and the project’s scope are changed.