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Managing Project Scope

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Managing Project Scope
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ISBN: 978-87-403-1275-1
1 edition
Pages : 53
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About the book

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Description

This eBook explains the processes and requirements involved in scope management. Any planning or work activity which is not directly focused on completing the specified project objective represents a waste of resources and should not be undertaken. Many projects fail because of difficulties in trying to control the scope of the project.

You will learn:

  • How project scope management relates to the successful delivery of a project
  • Why ‘scope creep’ and ‘gold plating’ represent real risks to the project
  • How to confirm that only specified work is completed in accordance with the scope statement
  • To apply scope definition in order to reduce the probability of scope creep within the project
  • Why scope management is treated as a distinct functional area within project management.

Content

  • Introduction
  • Managing the Project Scope
  • Scope Creep & Project Change Control
  • Planning How to Manage the Project Scope
  • Documenting The Project Requirements
  • Creating a Project Scope Statement
  • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
  • Validating & Controlling the Scope
  • Summary
  • Other Free Resources
  • References
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