Rope Your Scope: Reining in Scope Creep

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Join Ellen Gottesdiener, author, facilitator, practitioner, and trainer, as she shares tools and techniques for efficiently and effectively identifying and managing product scope. Learn how you can provide real value to your projects by reducing the risks of scope creep while establishing clear project focus

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