Failure to define and manage the scope

by Lee Porter 25. June 2009 11:23

Failure to define, agree and manage the scope can significantly increase the risk of a project due to increased uncertainty; conflicting demands, unrealistic requirements…

At the Beginning During the Project At the End
•Setting an overambitious / unrealistic scope •Failure to manage scope change ie scope creep •Failure to ensure business case reflects final scope
•Incomplete / vague project scope •Failure to keep scope documentation ‘current’  
•Failure to agree and implement rigorous change control    

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