Week Four Assignments

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Discussion Questions 1 through 7 Page 206 1. Project scope management includes the processes involved in defining and controlling what work is or is not include in a project. This is important because it ensures that the project team and stakeholders have the same understanding of what products the project will produce and what process the project team will use to produce them. 2. There are several ways to collect requirements. Interviewing stakeholders, holding focus groups, questionnaires and surveys, observation, and prototyping. This is difficulty due to the fact that a major consequence of not defining requirements well is re-work, which can consume up to half of project cost, especially for software development projects. Another thing is people often don’t have consistent definition of what requirements are, how to collect them, and how to document them. 3. The preliminary scope statement, project charter, organizational process assets, and approved change requests provide a basis for creating the project scope statement. As time progresses, the scope of a project should become more clear and specific. 4. You can develop a WBS by using guidelines, the analogy approach, the top- down approach, the bottom-up approach, and the mind-mapping approach. It is difficult to create a good WBS because each WBS is unique based on the project and the team. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course CTS 1142 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '11 term at Brevard Community College.

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