How to Control Scope in Project Management - Control scope is there to ensure that it is only the work identified as being 'in scope' that is delivered, and in this way scope creep is avoided. If control scope is allowed to creep you will lose control of the project and unofficial changes in product scope will cause the project to get behind schedule and to over-run its budget. More resources at www.TheSarfaraz.com
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In his blog, "Project Creep and Rationalization," iPEC's Luke Iorio shares the lesson of "scope creep" I learned as an Organization Transformation Consultant. One of my bosses used to say, "It's like being bitten to death by a duck. Though each individual bite seems harmless, you still end up dead." I say, "There's always enough time for the things that matter. Our only responsibility in each moment is to discern what matters most, focus and follow through. Click the pic to get Luke's take.