In my previous article, I looked at some of the facts that you need to know about project stakeholder identification for a project. In this article, I want to look at some of the facts that you need to know about the project scope statement of projects. Follow me as we are going to look at this together in this article.
A clear and concise scope statement will help you define the success that will guide your project.
Without a strong scope statement, you could end up spending valuable time and resources on work that isn’t even supposed to be part of your project.
The scope statement defines the project and what it does and does not need to accomplish.
The project scope statement is created at an early stage in the project to reflect the stakeholder’s common understanding of major activities to be performed in the project and provide a basis for future project decisions about what should and should not be included in the project.
Depending upon the size and scope of the project, a project scope statement should typically include:
- Project objectives, deliverables, exclusions, and requirements.
- Project constraints and assumptions
- Project acceptance criteria
It may also include initial project organization, defined risks, schedule milestones, initial WBS, and approval requirements.
To Get Email Updates when we post new content, Click Here.