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Scope Definition – Alternatives Identification

November 1, 2009
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Scope Definition – Alternatives Identification

Tools help in defining scope well, include product analysis and alternatives identification techniques. Product analysis techniques apply to projects that have a product, not a service or a result, to be delivered at the end of the project. Alternatives identification is mainly for identifying alternate methods of achieving same results. Product Analysis Product analysis...

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Scope Definition

October 31, 2009
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Scope Definition

Detailed description of the project and or product is what defines the scope. The project scope statement really defines what exactly needs to be done and what need not be part of the activities. The project charter is obviously the primary source for the scope definition. The major deliverables, assumptions and constraints as indicated...

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Scoping…Beginning to understand

October 29, 2009
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Scoping…Beginning to understand

Project scope needs to be defined as clearly as possible so that only the things that are required are done and nothing else. No effort should be wasted in what’s not needed to be done. To be as precise, the project requirements need to be completely understood and stated as unambiguously as possible. Sources...

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What’s NOT on Your Plate

August 20, 2009
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What’s NOT on Your Plate

If it is important to know what’s on your plate, it is equally vital to know what’s not on it. It is the complementary part of the requirements definitions. If we define a set as well as another set that is distinctly exclusive from this set then the set gets uniquely defined. Therefore, if...

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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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