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Five processes are included in the Project Scope Management knowledge area:
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51: Collect requirements (Planning process group) The process of defining and documenting stakeholder needs to meet project objectives 52: Define scope (Planning process group) The process of developing a detailed description of the project and product of the project 53: Create WBS (Planning process group) smaller, more manageable components Involves subdividing the project into
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54: Verify scope (Monitoring and Controlling process group) The process of formalizing acceptance of the complete project deliverables 55: Control scope (Monitoring and Controlling process group) Involves monitoring project status and product scope as well as managing changes to the approved scope baseline
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These processes and the processes in other knowledge areas interact with each other and are interdependent It is also important to recognize the difference between project scope and product scope:
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Project scope is the work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a product, service, or result with approved specified features and functions Product scope is the feature or function identified, designed, and approved for the product that the project is to produce
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The processes used to manage project scope vary based on the size, type, and complexity of the project and by the applications, tools, and techniques needed to produce the product, service, or result of the project
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1 Collect Requirements Process
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This process is one of two new processes added to the fourth edition of the PMBOK in December 2008 In my opinion, this is one of the most important processes due to the impact on the project if not done properly One of the biggest reasons for project failure is incomplete or inaccurate requirements The Collect Requirements process is one of 20 processes grouped with the Planning process group in the PMBOK This means it should be performed during the planning phase Gathering requirements can be an art form in itself Because of this and the importance of requirements to the success of the project, I will spend a fair amount of time on this process Gathering and agreeing on requirements is fundamental; however, this does not necessarily imply that all requirements need to be fixed before any architecture and design are done, but it is important for the project team to understand what needs to be built The best place to start with the Collect Requirements process is to first look at the goals of the project These goals represent planned outputs or results of what should be accomplished as a result of the project Collecting requirements should involve review and analysis of information and business/ organizational needs What is it the company or group needs done, and what do they expect
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What is the best way to collect requirements The best way to collect meaningful requirements is through interviews The trick is to get with the right people to interview If you talk to the wrong people, you may get skewed, bogus, or varied information and expectations, which will waste time and money Also, interviews help to establish relationships and show that you are willing to listen and learn and that you care about the people involved in the project How do you know you are interviewing the right people to gather requirements First, make sure you talking to the key sponsors, end users, or other stakeholders who have a vested interest in the project results Next, make sure the people you interview are knowledgeable about the project and expected results Once you have the input from key sponsors/stakeholders, you need to document, communicate, and most importantly validate the requirements Remember, there are many techniques for conducting interviews One technique may work well on a given day with a specific person and may not work for someone else in another circumstance
at the end of the project The answer to these questions should be the cornerstone of the scope of the project Requirements should match the scope, and the scope must map back to the project charter (See a trend here ) By now you should be getting a better feel for how one process links to the next and more fully understand the importance and interdependency of the inputs and outputs of each process
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