Manage Project Scope aims to provide participants with the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to determine and manage project outcomes. It covers project authorisation, developing a scope management plan, and managing the application of project scope controls. The participants will learn principles of project scope management and how to manage scope using elements such as; conducting project authorisation activities; conducting project scope definition activities and manage application of scope control. This one (1) day course will give participants a solid understanding of managing the project scope, structured around the Manage Project Scope knowledge area of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) Guide 4th Edition.
At the end of this course participants will achieve the following competencies:
- Develop and confirm procedures for project authorisation with an appropriate authority as the basis for future project management activity and the commitment of resources and effort.
- Obtain authorisation to expend resources.
- Identify project objectives, deliverables, constraints, exclusions, assumptions and principal work activities.
- Establish measurable project benefits and outcomes to enable evaluation of project performance.
- Establish agreement to a shared understanding of desired project outcomes with relevant stakeholders.
- Develop and implement scope management plan.
- Implement agreed scope management procedures and processes.
- Manage the impact of scope changes within established time, cost and quality constraints according to change control procedures and to meet project objectives.
- Review progress and record results to assess the effectiveness of scope management procedures.
- Identify and document scope management issues and recommended improvements, and pass on to higher authority for application to future projects.
What it Covers
- Project Authorisation
- Project Need and Feasibility
- Scope Definition
- Understanding Project Scope Management
- Scope Creep
- Planning Project Scope
- Stakeholder Analysis
- Producing a Project Scope Statement
- Creating a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Project Scope Change Control
- Tracking Scope Change
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