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Work Breakdown Structure
Scope
Cost
Quality
Time
Scope within
Initiation
Scope within
Planning
Scope within
Execution
Scope within
Closure/ Handover
Learning Objectives
Understanding Managed and Unmanaged Change

Importants of planning and controlling scope

Better Understanding of Scope within Project Managment
Scope Requirements:
Stake Holder Register
Product Description
Historical Information
Customer Requirements
Review Lessons Learned
Interviews
Focus Groups
Determining
of Project Overall
Statement of Requirement
Lessons Learned are Recorded
"Loose Ends" are compiled and dealt with
Outputs Delivered
Determining Change
Gather

Analyse

Process
Understanding Scope

Product Scope
= Characteristics or Functions of the product, service or result.

Project Scope
= the work to deliver the above product, service or result
Collecting Requirements
Defining the Scope of Work
Project Charter
Product
Major Components
Software
Extras
Minor Component
Minor Component
Minor Component
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Painted Pink
Knows the words to Elton John's "Candle in the Wind"
The WBS
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Minor Component
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'... a deliverable orientated decomposition of a project into smaller components'
Booz, Allen & Hamilton
(2011)
Project
Control Accounts
Work


Packages
Reducing "Unknowns"
What is the project trying to achieve?
Intangible Benefits
Corporate Reputation
Company Changes
How are the changes Implemented
Is the Project part of a programme and portfolio?
What will the project be measured against?
Managed change
Used to adjust Scope
Done via Change Request with Customer
Changes need proven benefits
The scope process absorbs change requests into scope of work.
Non-managed change (scope creep)
Can Negatively Effect
- Cost
- Quality
- Time
Fail to meet all Objectives
Needs to be identified early
Are most likely to occur in Execution Stage

Reasons for change:
Pushy stakeholders
Overambitious team members
Delays
Price Inflation
"
Change control
is the process through which all requests to change the baseline scope of a project, programme or portfolio are captured, evaluated and then approved, rejected or deferred.”

Change management
is a structured approach to moving an organisation from the current state to the desired state."
APM (2012)

Change in QEC
Bibliography

CVF-10080618-FNA-06-PI 115 Change Management For The Manufacturing Phase
Available at: http://appsvr0002.aca.net:7778/portal/page?_pageid=367,309702&_dad=collaborate&_schema=SDE
(Accessed on 27/02/2014)


APM (2012). Body of knowledge sixth edition. Buckinghamshire: APM


Tangible Benefits
Increase Income
Save Money
Increase Market Share
Create Jobs
Forecast Benefits = Basis of Business Case
Ultimate
Responsibility
Project Sponsor
Cost
Quality
Time
Stake Holders
Understanding Customer Requirements
Provision to adsorb overruns
Communication
Not pressuring negatively on
'It is dangerous to rely too much on intangible and unquantifiable benefits to justify expendature'
-APM, Body of Knowledge 2014
Social
Environmental
Political
Economical

Technological
Legal
-PMI 2013
"Scope Management is the process whereby outputs, outcomes and benefits are identified, defined and controlled' - APM 2012
R I S K
PMI (2013) Body of Knowledge. PMI institute, 5th Edition
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