DG#1 - Scope Creep

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Hello All, Hope everyone is having a good week. The weather here in Cleveland is starting to get nice… it’s going to be hard to study, answer discussions, and write papers in such nice weather. I try to manage. Have a blessed week all! MLVTW Scope creep refers to the change in a project's scope after the project work has started. Normally, the scope changes by the addition of new features to an already approved project. As a result, the project drifts away from its original purpose, timeline, and budget. The change in scope can comes about from an insignificant change requests that the project team accepts in order to keep the project stakeholders happy. Eventually, the change requests become numerous and turn out to require much more work than expected. Scope creep is the result of: Poor project management Lack of defined change control or change control management Lack of proper identification of the features that are required to bring about the achievement of the project objectives
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course BA 645 taught by Professor Dr.morvey during the Summer '11 term at Ohio State.

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