The length of your project and how much it will cost
The deliverables or outputs during the course of the project
The range of resources you have available and their capabilities
What you expect to deliver to your customer when the project is complete
The range of customer expectations
Organization breakdown structure.
Work breakdown structure.
Establish project priorities
Define the project scope
Verify the budget available
Assign team members to work on the project
Determine the required completion date
Establish project priorities.
Define the project scope.
Verify the budget available.
Assign team members to work on the project.
Determine the required completion date.
It is when the cost of the project is more than expected.
It is the tendency for the project scope to expand over time.
It most likely caused by a scope statement that is too broad.
It can have both positive and negative impacts on a project.
It can lead to added costs and possible project delays.