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Chapter 5: Project Scope Management. Scope Planning and WBS Tuesday, February 13. Information Technology Project Management, Fourth Edition. Today’s Schedule. Return Test #1 Calendar updates Assignment #5, Project Scope and WBS Due Monday, February 19 Chapter 5 Project Scope

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Chapter 5 project scope management

Chapter 5: Project Scope Management

Scope Planning and WBS

Tuesday, February 13

Information Technology Project Management,Fourth Edition


Today s schedule

Today’s Schedule

  • Return Test #1

  • Calendar updates

    • Assignment #5, Project Scope and WBS

      • Due Monday, February 19

  • Chapter 5 Project Scope

    • What is Scope?

    • How do you “plan” the scope?

    • Using and Creating a WBS

Information Technology Project Management, Fourth Edition


Learning objectives

Learning Objectives

  • What makes good project scope management important?

  • Explain the scope planning process and describe the contents of a scope management plan.

  • Discuss the scope definition process and work involved in constructing a work breakdown structure using the analogy, top-down, bottom-up, and mind-mapping approaches.

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What is project scope management

What is Project Scope Management?

  • Scope refers to all the work involved in creating the products of the project and the processes used to create them.

  • Project scope management includes the processes involved in defining and controlling what is or is not included in a project.

  • A deliverable is a product produced as part of a project, such as hardware or software, planning documents, or meeting minutes.

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Project scope management processes

Project Scope Management Processes

  • Scope planning:Deciding how the scope will be defined, verified, and controlled.

  • Scope definition: Reviewing the project charter and preliminary scope statement and adding more information as requirements are developed and change requests are approved.

  • Scope verification: Formalizing acceptance of the project scope.

  • Scope control: Controlling changes to project scope.

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Sample project charter

Sample Project Charter

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Further defining project scope

Further Defining Project Scope

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Scope definition

Scope Definition

  • The preliminary scope statement, project charter, organizational process assets, and approved change requests provide a basis for creating the project scope statement.

  • As time progresses, the scope of a project should become clearer and more specific.

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Wbs organized by product

WBS Organized by Product

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Wbs organized by phase

WBS Organized by Phase

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Wbs in tabular form

WBS in Tabular Form

1.0 Concept

1.1 Evaluate current systems

1.2 Define requirements

1.2.1 Define user requirements

1.2.2 Define content requirements

1.2.3 Define system requirements

1.2.4 Define server owner requirements

1.3 Define specific functionality

1.4 Define risks and risk management approach

1.5 Develop project plan

1.6 Brief Web development team

2.0 Web Site Design

3.0 Web Site Development

4.0 Roll Out

5.0 Support

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Work breakdown structure wbs

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

  • A WBS is a deliverable-oriented grouping of the work involved in a project that defines the total scope of the project.

  • A WBS is a foundation document that provides the basis for planning and managing project schedules, costs, resources, and changes.

  • Decomposition is subdividing project deliverables into smaller pieces.

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Intranet wbs and gantt chart in project 2000

Intranet WBS and Gantt Chart in Project 2000

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Intranet gantt chart organized by project management process groups

Intranet Gantt Chart Organized by Project Management Process Groups

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Executing tasks for jwd consulting s wbs

Executing Tasks for JWD Consulting’s WBS

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Approaches to developing wbss

Approaches to Developing WBSs

  • Bottom-up approach: Start with the specific tasks and roll them up.

  • Mind-mapping approach: Write tasks in a non-linear, branching format and then create the WBS structure.

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Figure 5 5 sample mind mapping approach

Figure 5-5. Sample Mind-Mapping Approach

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Create wbs in groups of 3

Create WBS in Groups of 3

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For thursday february 15

For Thursday, February 15

  • For Thursday, February 15Complete Chapter 5 Read process to create WBS and how to control project scope

  • Assignment #5 Due Monday, February 19

  • In teams, work on preliminary scope statement

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