This book constitutes an exploration of an episode of change in a tertiary educational institution. The change episode in question concerns an educational product which is the Masters of Business Information Technology (MBIT). This is a postgraduate coursework program. A need has been discerned to continuously change this product in an evolutionary manner in order to align it with market, government and technological shifts and to accommodate the diversity of students needs. The start and finish of the episode in question are marked by validation of MBIT product change information by the University Academic Development Committee (ADC) governance process. The government, marketplace, industry, university and students are stakeholders in the program change process. The capacity of the systems and processes within the university to support continuous alignment of program structure and content change and ICT change in the external environment is completed. This potentially provides an opportunity to identify the characteristics of processes that ensure evolutionary change to product and resultant sustainability.