Posts Tagged ‘ Scope Creep ’

Keeping Scope in control

November 9, 2009
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Keeping Scope in control

This is a critical process in any project management. Possibly this is the most critical one. On the one hand you have to plan to a very high precision to increase the probability of success as also to have minimum and predictable costs associated with it. On the other, change is a constant. Changes...

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What’s on Your Plate

August 5, 2009
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What’s on Your Plate

Scope of the project or exactly what is to be achieved at the end of the project is a crucial requirement in defining a project. Typically, feature list is used to describe the scope of a product development project and for service delivery; the scope of services must be understood clearly, unambiguously., In addition...

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Dealing With 'scope Creep' in Software Development Projects

December 14, 2008
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Author: Linda Russell Summary Scope creep is a significant risk in software development projects. We discuss why this is so, and how to avoid or at least mitigate the risk. What is scope creep? New software is usually developed as a result of a customer (which may be an internal or an external organisation)...

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