Scope Management

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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Scope: Understanding refined

October 30, 2009
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Scope: Understanding refined

Deriving the detailed requirements from the project charter takes a lot of doing. There is a set of techniques you would need to apply to elicit the requirements from relevant people. These involve formal and informal methods of stimulating the ideas that can define breakdown of the charter requirements into detailed requirements. These individuals...

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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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Scope Management

October 28, 2009
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Scope Management

Doing the work required for completion of your project is absolutely essential for the success of your project. Similarly, if anything not required for the project is to be done, it is a wasted effort. It adds to the cost and the timeline of the project. Therefore, it is essential that what exactly needs...

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