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How To Write A Scope Of Work (Example Included)

Jennifer Bridges
Publication date:
November 20, 2020
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How To Write A Scope Of Work (Example Included)

A scope of work document is an agreement on the work you're going to perform on the project. It includes deliverables, a timeline, milestones and reports. Deliverables are what the project delivers, and must be clearly identified. Timelines are a road leading from the start of the project to its end, and mark the points in the project when deliverables are ready. Milestones are a way to monitor the progress of the project and define key milestones.

With ProjectManager, you can build a timeline in seconds and create a budget, assign tasks, add dependencies and more. The scope of work for a project can be broken down into deliverables, timeline, milestones and reports. Reports can include status reports, progress reports, variance reports and more. Deliverables include an invite list, addresses of attendees, invitations, addressed envelopes, stamps, and wedding invitations. Milestones include selection of guests and collection of addresses, mailing of invitations, checking on the status of address collection, and checking RSVPs against the invitation list.


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Jennifer Bridges
How To Write A Scope Of Work (Example Included)
November 20, 2020
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