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Project Scope And Specific Requirements

Users of a system can help define specific requirements, but only executive management can help define scope.
What are the differences?

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What are the differences?

The scope of a project tells the project manager and team what the project is about and the overall goals of the project. It generally includes things like the boundaries of the project, establishes responsibilities for each team member, and sets up the approval processes for the work to be completed throughout the project. A scope statement "also provides the project team with guidelines for making decisions about change requests during the project" (TechTarget, 2013, para 1).

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A discussion regarding scope and requirements of a project including who determines each. 321 words, 1 reference.

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