I've recently complained about the change management process at my current workplace, suggesting that it more of an obfuscation process and at best a change notification process (for management almost exclusively) and does not manage risk or change within our business, at least from infrastructure perspective. These comments have earned me a one-on-one with our change manager to discuss the process and how it can be improved. I've got quite a few examples of why I think it's bad and how we could improve, but I'd like to hear some opinions from others about what they like about their change process. I'm looking for things similar to; Automated communication to subscribers of effected CI's upon change implementation and change completion. Peer review, improving overall standards and improving accountability (peers are responsible for changes, not change "authors") So, please let me know what you like about your change management process or what you've liked previously.