Project Scope

Project Scope is prepared by Project Manager.

When it comes to project planning, project scope is the mainly significant step. In case if you launch the plan without knowing what you are supposed to be delivering at the end to the client and what the boundaries of the project are, there is a small chance for you to success. In most of the case, you actually do not have any chance to success with this unorganized approach.

Project Scope

Project scope is a Part of Project Planning which includes in determining and documenting the Goal, input, Output, Resource, Activities, costs, Deadlines.

The documentation of Project scope is called Scope Statement.

It explains the boundaries (in scope and out scope) of the project, roles and responsibilities of each member in a team, sets how to procedure their work to achieve the work within a specific time and to get verified and approved.

Project Scope includes:

  • Justification
  • Project Scope description
  • Acceptance Criteria
  • Deliverables
  • Project Exclusions
  • Constraints
  • Assumptions

When writing a project scope, stakeholders should be as specific as possible in order to avoid scope creep.

Effective scope management requires good communication; here communication is not only between the stake holders’ and it will include everyone within the team.

The project scope should give a clear picture on the Project’s goals that we need met.


The Project Manager has to take the sign-off from various stake holders as the project proceeds.


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