Project Scope Management Process

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Project Scope Management Process - PMP
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Project Scope Management Process
  1. 1. Plan Scope Management [P]
    1. INPUTS: 1. Project Management Plan 2. Project charter 3. EEF 4. OPA
      1. OUTPUTS: 1. Scope Management Plan 2. Requirements Management Plan
        1. TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: 1. Expert Judgement 2. Meetings
        2. 2. Collect Requirements [P]
          1. INPUTS: 1. Scope Management Plan 2. Requirements Management Plan 3. Stakeholder management plan 4. Project Charter 5. Stakeholder Register
            1. TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: 1. Interviews 2. Focus Groups 3. Facilitated Workshops 4. Group activity techniques 5. Group Decision Making Techniques 6. Questionnaires and Surveys 7. Observations 8. Prototypes 9. Benchmarking 10. Context Diagrams 11. Document analysis
              1. OUTPUTS: 1. Requirements Document 2. Requirements Traceability Matrix
              2. 3. Define Scope [P]
                1. INPUTS: 1. Scope Management Plan 2. Project Charter 3. Requirements Documentation 4. OPA
                  1. TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: 1. Expert Judgement 2. Product analysis 3. Alternatives generation 4. Facilitated Workshops
                    1. OUTPUTS: 1. Project Scope Statement 2. Project Document updates
                    2. 4. Create WBS [P]
                      1. INPUTS: 1. Scope Management Plan 2. Project Scope Statement 3. Requirements documentation 4. EEF 5. OPA
                        1. TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: 1. Decomposition 2. Expert judgement
                          1. OUTPUTS: 1. Scope baseline 2. Project document updates
                          2. 5. Validate Scope [M&C]
                            1. INPUTS: 1. Project Management Plan 2. Requirement Documentation 3. Requirements traceability matrix 4. Verified deliverables 5. Work performance data
                              1. TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: 1. Inspection 2. Group decision making techniques
                                1. OUTPUTS: 1. Accepted deliverables 2. Change requests 3. Work performance information 4. Project document updates
                                2. 6. Control Scope [M&C]
                                  1. INPUTS: 1. Project Management Plan 2. Requirements documentation 3. Requirements traceability matrix 4. Work performance data 5. OPA
                                    1. TOOLS & TECHNIQUES: 1. Variance Analysis
                                      1. OUTPUTS: 1. Work performance information 2. Change requests 3. Project management plan updates 4. OPA updates
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