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Scope Management

Scope Management

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Project Scope Management

Introduction

It includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required to complete the project successfully It is primarily concerned with defining and controlling what is or is not included in the project

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It involves
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A. Scope Planning

Developing a written scope statement Subdividing the major project deliverables into smaller, more manageable components Subdividing the major project deliverables into smaller, more manageable components Formalizing acceptance of the project scope Controlling changes to the project scope
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B. Scope Definition

C. Create WBS

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D. Scope Verification

E. Scope Change Control

What is ‘Scope’ ?
Product

Scope – the features and functions that characterize a product or service Project Scope – the work that must be done to deliver a product with the specified features and functions Completion of the project scope is measured against the project plan, whereas, completion of the product scope is measured against the product requirements
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A. Scope Planning

It is the process of progressively elaborating and documenting the project work that produces the product of the project Defining and managing the project scope influences the project’s overall success

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Inputs
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Enterprise environmental factors Organizational process assets Project charter Preliminary project scope statement

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Tools and techniques

Expert judgment

Templates, forms and standards

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Outputs

Project Scope management plan

It includes the process to
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Prepare a detailed project scope statement Enable the creation of WBS To satisfy how formal verification and acceptance of the complete project deliverables will be obtained To control how requests to the detailed project scope statement will be processed

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B. Scope Definition

It involves subdividing the major project deliverables (as identified in the scope statement), into smaller, more manageable components to
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Improve the accuracy of cost, duration and resource estimates Define a baseline for performance measurement and control Facilitate clear responsibility assignments

Proper scope definition is critical to project success
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Inputs
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Organizational process assets Project charter Preliminary project scope statement Project scope management plan Approved change requests

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Tools and techniques

Product analysis Alternatives identification Expert judgment Stakeholders analysis

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Outputs

Project scope statement Requested changes Project scope management plan (updated)

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Project scope statement

It includes
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Project objectives Product scope description Project requirements Project boundaries Project deliverables Product acceptance criteria Project constraints Project assumptions Initial project organizations Initial defined risks Schedule milestone Fund limitation Cost estimates Project configuration management requirements Project specifications Approval requirements 13

C. Create WBS

It is a deliverable oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be executed by the project team, to accomplish the project objectives and create the required deliverables The WBS represents the work specified in the current approved project scope statement

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Inputs

Organizational process assets Project scope statement Project scope management plan Approved change requests

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Tools and techniques

Work breakdown structure template

decomposition

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Outputs
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Project scope statement (updated) Work breakdown structure WBD dictionary Scope baseline Project scope management plan (updated) Requested changes

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D. Scope Verification

It is the process of obtaining formal acceptance of the project scope by the stakeholders. It requires reviewing deliverables and work results to ensure that all were completed correctly and satisfactorily If the project is terminated early, the scope verification process should establish and document the level and extent of completion

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Inputs

Project scope statement WBS dictionary Project scope management plan deliverables
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Tools and techniques

Inspections / reviews

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Outputs

Accepted deliverables

Requested changes

Recommended corrective actions
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E. Scope Control

It is concerned with

Influencing the factors that create scope changes to ensure that changes are agreed upon Determining that a scope change has occurred Managing the actual changes when and if they occur

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Inputs
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Project scope statement WBS WBS dictionary Project scope management plan Performance reports Approved change requests Work performance information

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Tools and techniques

Change control system Variance analysis Re-planning Configuration management system

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Outputs
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Project scope statement (updated) WBS (updated) WBS dictionary (updated) Scope baseline (updated) Requested changes Recommended corrective actions Organizational process assets (updated) Project management plan (updated)
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Questions ???

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