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The first step in creating the project scope is to determine what the actual deliverables are that would call the project a success. This process gets very detailed into what must be completed such as Is there anything specific that needs to be added or what vendor guidelines do we have to follow? “It of course goes without saying that for a project to be delivered successfully, the correct stakeholders from the organization commissioning the project must be involved very intimately at various stages of the project scope (Gotto, 2013).” Once you have the full understanding of what is expected from your team you can now present an accurate scope to the project. Once scope is in place, it must not be changed without the appropriate change management functions taking place. Having strict change requirements can alleviate the burdens of having to change the project in the middle. When it comes to constraints in a project there are three components that have a relationship with each other. These components are time, cost, and scope. Any change in either one of
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