I am working on implementing change management processes and improving how we manage and communicate about changes to internal processes. For example, to reduce downstream effects of process updates that were not discussed in time with stakeholders, and that affect hand-off and processes in other departments. For example, certainly manufacturing processes have more control, but I am also thinking that additional process should have a way to be communicated, approved and implemented in a more structured way vs the department simply making changes to what is relevant to them and releasing the update that can break or delay another department. Does anyone have any advice/guidance on how best to implement more structure around process updates and which processes should have more control around them? Would this fit under change control?