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Using and Managing Contingency: Part 3--Resource and Scope Contingency

by Harvey A. Levine

In this conclusion of a three-part series, the author posits that contingency planning is essential for establishing attainable and manageable schedule and cost targets. However, contingency can be applied to resources and work scope, as well.

Scope It

by Pat Yount

Having problems defining a product selection scope statement? Don't worry. Let us do the work in scoping out your vendor analysis effort. The key to building consensus and a strong scope statement is visualizing the completed system.

Discovering Stakeholder Expectations

by George Spafford

It pays to understand and manage the expectations of sponsors and stakeholders. As expectations are reviewed and nominated to become requirements, the use of a "parking lot" list will help ease the stress for some unmet expectations, and change management will further help ensure that expectations are met when the project draws to a close. Park your eyes here to find out more.

The Scope Creep Shuffle

by Matthew D. Gonzalez, MCSE, PMP

When is a requirement acceptable, and when is it not acceptable?

A Plan for Change

by Andy Jordan

Changing the plan? Then plan the change! Change management is not about minimizing impact on the project team; it’s about maximizing benefits to the organization.

Requirements Practices Every Project Manager Must Know

by Walt Washburn, PMP

The practices presented in this article--to build a requirements tree, create and use a requirements traceability matrix, and manage to requirements baselines--will make a significant difference in an organization’s success rate and promote improved partnership and standing within the enterprise.

Coping with Scope: Eight Real-World Strategies

by Michael Wood

Most scope management frameworks are designed around the definition of a finite scope based on limited knowledge and advocating tight controls to manage change. The challenge is how to weave change and scope recalibration rules into the fabric of the project. Here are eight strategies you might find useful in meeting the challenge.


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