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 Defining project scope

Poorly defined scope is the “Achilles heal” of many projects. Lack of clarity, failure to follow a structured approach and the failure to ask critical questions often leaves a project standing on shaky ground.  As the foundation of the project plan, poorly defined scope negates much of the value of planning and results in projects that run over budget and fail to meet their target timelines.  In a workshop that directly tackles the issue you will learn how to apply scope definition processes to real world projects.  Helping you develop the skills to ensure the scope of your projects is clear and complete, the techniques discussed will be of value no matter the type of project you are running.  Tracing the scope definition process from project initiation through to detailed planning, this workshop will explore the dimensions of project scope and teach you the critical questions you need to ask in order to define a solid base.  Using a real-world case study to illustrate, you will have a hands-on opportunity to practice the skills defined in class.

Duration: 1 day

Who should attend?

  1. Project Managers
  2. Project coordinators
  3. Program Managers
  4. Product Managers
  5. Engineers who participate in the planning process
  6. Contract Managers
  7. Project Sponsors, and,
  8. Anyone who feels that the scope of their projects is a source of frustrations.

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