Tactical decision-making in a projectised organisation is typically driven by an analysis of extent of work, delivery method and quality standard. This subject explores how scope is managed from the initiation phase of a project or program until its closure phase. Topics covered include project charter, requirements elucidation (needs and wants), mind mapping, work breakdown structure, value management, and scope changes. Successful outcomes can occur when a balance between end-user needs and wants is realised.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Practice knowledge needed for effective project scope management on an authentic case study
2. Produce a scope statement and use it to develop a means for managing performance
3. Demonstrate an ability to prepare a traceability matrix as a basis for tactical decision-making
4. Apply new knowledge and skills required for solving problems related to project scope management
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