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©2016Project boundariesThere are three components that need to be identified within the process of developing the scopeof your project; deliverables, requirements and boundaries. The project manager is responsible forcreating the scope statement for the project through the identification of these three components.This chapter will look at identifying, negotiating and documenting project boundaries.Boundaries are closely linked to objectives and they define the content of the project in terms of theexpected results. They create a holistic perception of the project work and are measurable andauditable characteristics that belong to the project. Clear boundaries can help direct the things thatare applicable to those areas within the project scope.Boundaries may include:AssumptionsConstraintsExclusionsInclusionsPrincipal work activitiesProduct specificationProject deliverablesProject objectivesScope of worksWork breakdown structure.AssumptionsAssumptions are the factors within a project that we believe to be true. However, theseassumptions are not confirmed and they are more like an educated guess. Assumptions are crucial in

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Term
Winter
Professor
Jane Smith
Tags
Project Management, project manager, project boundaries

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