Define Scope by Sean Whitaker

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About the Lecture

The lecture Define Scope by Sean Whitaker is from the course PMP Training – Become a Project Management Professional (EN). It contains the following chapters:

  • Define Scope
  • Tools and Techniques
  • Describing the project scope

Included Quiz Questions

  1. The product scope is focused on the product, service or result to be delivered while the project scope is focused on all the project management work to be completed.
  2. The project scope is focused on the product, service or result to be delivered while the product scope is focused on all the project management work to be completed.
  3. They are interchangeable terms meaning the same thing.
  4. The product scope is focused on the risk and quality work be delivered while the project scope is focused on all the scope, time and cost work to be completed.
  1. Defining the scope.
  2. Developing a risk register.
  3. Producing a project charter.
  4. Assessing requested changes.
  1. If work is not captured in the scope statement it won't be captured in the WBS and not included in time and cost estimates.
  2. The are two separate parts of project management and not connected in any way.
  3. The development of the WBS will define the project scope so that work not captured in the WBS wont be captured in the scope statement.
  4. The WBS defines project requirements which in turn define the project scope so work not in the WBS won't be captured in the project requirements.
  1. Produce a statement of work, then collect the project requirements, then produce a preliminary scope statement, then produce a scope statement, then produce a WBS.
  2. Produce a statement of work, then produce a preliminary scope statement, then collect the project requirements, then produce a scope statement, then produce a WBS.
  3. Produce a statement of work, then produce a WBS, then produce a preliminary scope statement, then collect the project requirements, then produce a scope statement.
  4. Produce a statement of work, then collect the project requirements, then produce a scope statement, then produce a preliminary scope statement, then produce a WBS.

Author of lecture Define Scope

 Sean Whitaker

Sean Whitaker


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