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The project scope defines what will be delivered as part of

The project scope defines what will be delivered as part of the project, and in some ways, it can be likened to the term vision. That said, whose view and needs should be expressed in a project's scope? What items need to be addressed in defining the scope? Why are these items important to define?

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That said, whose view and needs should be expressed in a project's scope?

The views of the primary stakeholders, which are the clients, need to be expressed in the project's scope. The first goal is to clearly define what the expectations are from the customer's point of view in the project's scope, and to develop the remainder of the project scope based on the customer's expectations. If the customer's expectations are not taken into account first, the project scope has a greater chance of not being as the customer expected, when completed, which leads to a dissatisfied ...

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The project scope defines what will be delivered as part of the project, and in some ways, it can be likened to the term vision. That said, whose view and needs should be expressed in a project's scope? What items need to be addressed in defining the scope? Why are these items important to define?

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