3The term scope refer to: Product scope:Features and functions of the product, service or resultProject scope:The work that needs to be done to deliver the result (product or service) with the specified features and functionsThis includes technical work, administrative work, training work, etc.
5Develop standardized scope management procedures Organizing the efforts of managing scope
6What is Scope management Scope management includes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, to complete the project successfully.In order to get a cake what we need to do ? The steps required to do the cake only the cake it doesn’t include the steps to cookes
7Managing the project scope is primarily concerned with defining and controlling what is and is not included in the project.
8WHWhy: the process of defining the scope is the base of succeeding in defining itWhat: develop a clear workflow to in order to capture the scope successfullyWhen: initiation and planning phaseResults: SOPs (standard operating procedures)Who: project management and quality team
9You need to have well-defined procedures, templates and roles to successfully capture project scope Establishing standardized policies and procedures helps guiding the effort of managing scope and improves success potentialIt facilitates learning and experience sharing
12The scope management is preceded by a planning effort by the project management team. The output is the scope management plan.The scope management plan provides guidance on how project scope will be defined, documented, verified, managed and controlled.
13Artifact: Scope management plan The scope management plan provides guidance on how project scope will be defined, documented, verified, managed and controlled.You can reuse the procedures for certain category of projects, and adapt them as necessary
14Artifact: Scope management plan - content Templates used in performing scope activitiesRoles and responsibilitiesWell-defined processes:Requirement and scope definitionscope reviewScope verification and acceptance criteriaScope change management
15Share The team needs to be involved in creating the procedures Educate the team on how and why to use the proceduresTemplates are accessible to project team members