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Scope Management
By
Saeed Muhammad PMP
Scope management
• Project scope – The work that must be
done in order to deliver a
project/product with the specified
fea...
Scope management
• Scope Planning
• Scope Change Controlling
• Scope completion
Scope Planning
The aim of Scope Planning is to create the Scope
Management Plan, which describes how the project
team will...
Tools & Techniques
• Expert judgment
• Templates, Forms, Standards
Create WBS
• WBS-Work breakdown Structure
• WBS is a deliverable-oriented hierarchical
decomposition of the project work i...
Create WBS
• WBS templates – Use a WBS from a
previous project or a standard template
to develop a WBS for this project
Create WBS
• Decomposition – Subdividing major project
deliverables into smaller, more manageable components
until deliver...
Scope Change Control
• A formalized process that
– Identify client’s changes and incorporate them in
management plan and u...
Scope Change Control (HIMS)
• Client Notification
• Change control
• Client notification of change register
• Work package...
Scope Completion
• Process of formalizing stakeholders’
acceptance of the completed project scope
• Reviewing work product...
Scope Completion (HIMS)
• Project closure checklist
• Client reference
• Client satisfaction questionnaire
• PPIR Lesson l...
Definitions
• Scope creep
• Gold Plating
Let us do an exercise
A client has asked you to add/change scope of work
to the project. The project is under budget and a...
Let us do an exercise
A PM is concerned about the amount of gold plating
that has been occurring on past projects. All the...
Let us do an exercise
A project manager is concentrating on ensuring that the
project includes all the work required, and ...
Let us do an exercise
Which of the following tools and techniques are
commonly used in the Scope Definition Process?
a. Be...
References
• Halnet
• PMI
• WPBG EM
• Sample questions
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  1. 1. Scope Management By Saeed Muhammad PMP
  2. 2. Scope management • Project scope – The work that must be done in order to deliver a project/product with the specified features and functions • Successful completion of project scope is measured against the PM plan
  3. 3. Scope management • Scope Planning • Scope Change Controlling • Scope completion
  4. 4. Scope Planning The aim of Scope Planning is to create the Scope Management Plan, which describes how the project team will perform each of the following: • Define project scope • Define and develop WBS • Change Control • Scope completion
  5. 5. Tools & Techniques • Expert judgment • Templates, Forms, Standards
  6. 6. Create WBS • WBS-Work breakdown Structure • WBS is a deliverable-oriented hierarchical decomposition of the project work into work packages • WBS organizes and defines the total scope of the project • A work package can be scheduled, cost estimated, monitored, and controlled
  7. 7. Create WBS • WBS templates – Use a WBS from a previous project or a standard template to develop a WBS for this project
  8. 8. Create WBS • Decomposition – Subdividing major project deliverables into smaller, more manageable components until deliverables are defined in sufficient detail for supporting future project activities • Identify the deliverables and related work • Structuring and organizing the WBS • Decomposing the upper WBS levels into lower level detailed components • Verifying that the degree of decomposition of the work is necessary and sufficient
  9. 9. Scope Change Control • A formalized process that – Identify client’s changes and incorporate them in management plan and ultimately in WBS – Identify package changes and manage their impact – Prevent unidentified scope creep/change by recording changes – Highlight potential gold plating
  10. 10. Scope Change Control (HIMS) • Client Notification • Change control • Client notification of change register • Work package management plan • Verification plan
  11. 11. Scope Completion • Process of formalizing stakeholders’ acceptance of the completed project scope • Reviewing work products and results • Primarily concerned with acceptance of the work results • Should be established even if the project is terminated early
  12. 12. Scope Completion (HIMS) • Project closure checklist • Client reference • Client satisfaction questionnaire • PPIR Lesson learned record
  13. 13. Definitions • Scope creep • Gold Plating
  14. 14. Let us do an exercise A client has asked you to add/change scope of work to the project. The project is under budget and a little ahead of schedule. What should you do? a Approve the change b Let the client know the effects of the change on the project c Ask approval from the Halcrow PD/Manager d Get approval from the Client’s PD
  15. 15. Let us do an exercise A PM is concerned about the amount of gold plating that has been occurring on past projects. All the following would not be of use in controlling gold plating EXCEPT: a a staffing management plan. b a financial management plan. c a work breakdown structure. d a risk management plan.
  16. 16. Let us do an exercise A project manager is concentrating on ensuring that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, to complete the project successfully. This is: a time management. b scope management. c cost management. d quality management.
  17. 17. Let us do an exercise Which of the following tools and techniques are commonly used in the Scope Definition Process? a. Benefit / cost analysis b. Decomposition c. Inspection d. WBS templates e. b and d
  18. 18. References • Halnet • PMI • WPBG EM • Sample questions

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