There are three words that Project Managers fear above all others: ‘Could you just…’ And they will ring alarm bells. Here comes ‘scope creep’.
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In this video, I want to answer the question, what is a Requirements Traceability Matrix and how do you create one? This video is safe for viewing in the workplace. This is learning, so, sit back and enjoy What is a Requirements Traceability Matrix? A Requirements Traceability Matrix is a grid that links users’, customers’, or other
The Project Delivery Performance Domain is about what your project will deliver. The PMBOK 7 Delivery Domain concerns are scope and quality.
In this video, I discuss the principles of Scope Management and offer you some practical advice on how to manage scope.
The Work Breakdown Structure (or WBS) is one of the few truly fundamental tools of Project Management. But how do you create one?
When a project stakeholder wants something different, what do you do? You can’t just say ‘yes’… or ‘no’. You need Project Change Control.
The start of any project is discovering what users need from it. I speak with Joseph Garfield about getting a clear scope for your project.
The more you get, the happier you are. That’s the core of the Kano Model. Project Managers are talking about it, so what is the Kano Model?
Project Scope is simple in concept, but hard in practice. It’s a measure of the breadth and depth of your project: everything you need to do.