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Having a Defined Scope of Work

Having a Defined Scope of Work

Taking the time before a project begins to define a scope of work will greatly improve communication and prevent misinterpretation of tasks to be completed.

In this article from CIO  you will find many tips that will help you write out clearly your expectations for a job done on time and on budget.

Steps for defining the scope of a project:

Understand the project objectives

In order to define the scope of a project, it is necessary to first establish the project objectives. The objective of a project may be to produce a new product, create a new service to provide within the organization, or develop a new bit of software. There are any number of objectives that could be central to a given project – and it is the role of the project manager to see that their team or contractors deliver a result that meets the specified functions and features.

To define a project scope, you must first identify the following things:

  • Project objectives
  • Goals
  • Sub-phases
  • Tasks
  • Resources
  • Budget
  • Schedule

Once you’ve established these things, you’ll then need to clarify the limitations or parameters of the project and clearly identify any aspects that are not to be included. In specifying what will and will not be included, the project scope must make clear to the stakeholders, senior management and team members involved, what product or service will be delivered.

For full article visit https://www.cio.com.au/article/401353/how_define_scope_project/

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