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Thursday, 25 January 2007 18:22

Scope Definition

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Decomposing the major project deliverables into smaller, more manageable components completes scope Definition. There are a good number of outputs from the Scope Definition phases that you’ll need to be familiar with.

Scope definition is the subdivision of project deliverables into smaller (and more manageable) pieces until you have adequately identified in the work breakdown structure all the work on the project. 

Definition of the project scope provides the following three advantages:

  • Improved accuracy of cost, time, and resource estimates
  • A baseline for measuring progress and exercising control
  • Clear assignment of responsibility for project tasks

Stake Holder Analysis
It is extremely important for the PM to identify the influence and interests of the various stakeholders and document their needs, wants, and expectations.

Remember that although stakeholders may be both organizations and people, ultimately the PM must communicate with people.

 

 

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