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

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A Statement of Work (SOW) is a detailed, structured statement of requirements. What does this mean and what are the different types of SOW?

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The Project Delivery Performance Domain is about what your project will deliver. The PMBOK 7 Delivery Domain concerns are scope and quality.

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In this video, I discuss the principles of Scope Management and offer you some practical advice on how to manage scope.

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The Work Breakdown Structure (or WBS) is one of the few truly fundamental tools of Project Management. But how do you create one?

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When a project stakeholder wants something different, what do you do? You can’t just say ‘yes’… or ‘no’. You need Project Change Control.

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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.

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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?

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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.

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