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How to Make a Scope Management Plan

Author: 
William Malsam
Publication date:
September 24, 2020
Article Summary: 

How to Make a Scope Management Plan

Project scope is how a project's goals and objectives are defined and is the parameters of the whole project. It is usually collected in a scope statement and can only be changed by submitting a change request to the project's change control board. Scope creep is when changes in the project occur without being managed and controlled, such as when new requirements are added after the project has already been executed. Project scope management is the process of planning the process to define the work that must be done throughout the project, controlling and monitoring those processes, and documenting and tracking changes to avoid scope creep. It helps project managers allocate resources in such a manner that the project can finish on time, within budget and with the quality expected by stakeholders.

Keywords: 

project scope, project scope definition, project scope statement, defining the project goals and objectives, project scope management, project budget management, importance of capturing requirements early in a project

Source Citation: 
William Malsam
How to Make a Scope Management Plan
September 24, 2020
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