Defining Scope and Collecting Requirements
Defines scope,collect requirements,WBS.Dictionary,Verify Scope
Scope Planning,Scope Definition,Develop WBS
Scope Defintion, WBS and WBS Dictionary
Define scope, Define scope statement, WBS , WBS Dictionary and Deliverable.
Define Scope, Plan Scope (which involves the collection process), Create WBS,Verify Scope and Control Scope.
Create WBS, Define Delvierables, Define Control Scope,WBS Definition from Dictionary or Customer complanits.
Needs and wants from the Stakeholders, The needs and wants for the Sponsor. The understanding prior to signing a contract or The skeletal remaines for the WBS?
Time phased budgeting
The contractor's project specifications
The project team member's participation.
Assure the client that you can squeeze it in.
Tell the client that the cost of the addititons must be added to the budget.
Submit the request as a scope change and follow the change process
Let the sponsor decide.
Imporving the accuracy of cost ,duration,and resource estimates.
Understanding how the contractor is to provide the required service.
Providing an overview of the performance measurement and controls.
Identifying the project's major deliverables.
The original description of the projects end result plus approved changes.
A summary description of the projects original content and end product,including basic budgetary and time constraint data.
The Original project budget and schedule
The original description of the project's end results and the original project budget and schedule.
The Project Team
The head of human resources
Project activity code
Code of Accounts
The Stakeholder register
The baseline register
The project plan
The statement of work
A five level project work breakdown structure
The request for proposal
Start Scope Definition
Meet with the team to discuss building a new WBS
Meet with the sponsor to discuss the budget
Meet with the stakeholders to ensure that they were involved in the collect requirements process and that their requirements have been considered.
Project Budget Constraints
Summary of project tasks,deliverables and resource required.
Unsually confuses the situation
Provides only some understanding,but usually the client dealing with the project has only limited authority.
Enables better plannning since they are familiar with project requirements.
Is not recommended since those outsiders do not have an adequate knowledge of project management.
The Change Control System
Organizational Process Assests (OPA)