Chapter5 Summary - Chapter 5 Summary: Scope Management Key...

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Chapter 5 Summary: Scope Management Key Terms Analogy approach- creating a WBS using a similar project’s WBS as a starting point. Bottom-up approach - creating a WBS by having team members identify as many specific tasks as possible and then grouping them into higher level categories. Decomposition- subdividing project deliverables into small pieces. Deliverable- an identifiable, chargeable product, such as a report, segment software code or a piece of hardware, produced as part of a project. Mind mapping- a technique that can be used to develop WBSs by using branches radiating out of a central core idea to structure thoughts and ideas. Project Charter- a document that formally recognizes the existence of a project and provides direction on the project's objectives and management, based on the Business Case. It describes the project's objectives, approach, budget and schedule as well as roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders. Project scope management-
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