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Scope Control: Change Management

by Samuel Brown, PMP

Scope control remains among the most challenging processes faced by project managers. It requires clarity of definition, precise boundaries, and a reliable change management process.

Scope Decomposition of Complex Programs: Key Methods to Define and Manage the Scope of Large-Scale Change Initiatives

by Mustafa Hakimuddin, PMP

For complex programs to achieve their strategic goals, it is not only important to decompose their scope into controllable constituents, but also to stitch the pieces back again into a cohesive whole. Scope decomposition techniques—systems thinking, WBS, and progressive elaboration—help to effectively manage programs so that they meet their stated objectives.

Secrets to Organizational Change Management Communication Strategy

by Vyom Bhuta

A factor that is often overlooked during a system implementation is change management. It is critical to develop a change management strategy at the beginning of the project to ensure usage and adoption of the system after deployment.

Secure the Win: 6 Must-Ask Change Request Questions

by Lonnie Pacelli

It’s crucial to be disciplined with change requests regardless of how much schedule contingency you may have in your back pocket. You don’t always have to be Dr. No, but the request should be objectively and unemotionally evaluated.

Sprintus Interruptus

by Bart Gerardi

Agile approaches are meant to maximize flexibility, while minimizing costly disruption to projects. In practice, they typically accomplish the former better than the latter. Here are six strategies to help teams manage interruptions and mid-sprint changes. Finding the right balance among them is the key to success.

Staying Ahead of the Curve: How to Combat Resistance to Change

by Carleton Chinner

If you apply the idea of moving people through a change cycle to your project, you will see your stakeholders as people with genuine feelings about the work you are delivering. This can be quite an eye-opener if you are not used to it.

Straight Dope on Scope

by Ellen Gottesdiener

Changes to scope are inevitable, but they aren’t created equal. Good scope changes occur as you discover requirements that serve project goals and align to product vision. Here are three tips for systematically managing product scope with an understanding of business, customer and technical value considerations.

Straight Dope on Scope, Part 2

by Ellen Gottesdiener

Project teams will always feel pressure to reflect changes in stakeholders’ needs by expanding the scope of products being developed. Rather than resist these changes, anticipate and manage them. Here are three more tips for managing product scope changes, including visualization models and transparent decision-making.

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