In this blog series we detail the theory and application of scope management. In our last 2 posts we looked at Scope Management and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), and this final post of the series introduces the key elements of scope verification and variation management.
In this series of blogs, we are detailing the concept of scope management. In the last blog, we introduced Scope Management. In this part two, we detail Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). And in the next blog, we discuss successfully handling variations.
In this series of three blogs, we will detail the concept of Scope Management. We will introduce:
- Scope Management
- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Successfully Handling Variations
Let’s start with scope management. A building project starts with defining the scope of the project. Scope management defines the goals and also handling the almost inevitable changes. Another part of scope management is handling the gaps between the original project definition and the ability of the team to deliver the defined requirements.
What is scope?