Scope management is the second project management knowledge area, after project integration management. It holds a very crucial position during the project life cycle. If you want to learn more about scope management, a good quality PMP certification training will guide you through this knowledge area. Attend our 100% Online & Self-Paced One-Hour Free PMP Training. […]
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What Are Requirements Management Plan & Scope Management Plan?
The second project management knowledge area of Project Management is Scope Management. PMP Scope Management has six processes and Plan scope management process is the first one. Scope Management plan and Requirements Management plan are the outputs of this process. Further information about Scope Management plan and Requirements Management plan can be found in project management professional certification trainings. Attend […]
Do You Know How Project Scope Differs From Product Scope?
In project management world we see these two terms very frequently: Product and project. They also hold an important role in scope management as project scope and product scope. Detailed knowledge about these two important terms can be found in online PMP training courses. But let’s explore their roles in PMP scope management in this article. […]
6 Benefits Of Using WBS Project Management
As seen in the PMP Training, the Work breakdown structure of a project shows the hierarchical decomposition of the project work and deliverables in a project. Therefore, there are lots of benefits to using WBS Project Management. Its creation process is the 4th process of Scope Management, coming after Create Scope Management Plan Process, Collect Requirements Process […]
Define Scope Process: How To Finalize The Project Scope?
Define Scope Process is the 3rd process of the Scope Management knowledge area after Plan Scope Management Process and Collect Requirements Process. As described in PMI certification training, the PMP Scope Management defines what work is required and also makes sure that all of this work and only this work is done. The scope of a project […]