PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 08-Monitor and Control Project Scope (RVLS-2864)
A critical factor in the success of a project is the project manager's ability to monitor and control the scope of the project. During the implementation of processes within the Planning Process Group, a great amount of effort and planning goes into the collection of project requirements, the creation of a work breakdown structure, and the definition of the project's scope. Monitor and Control Project Scope will teach you about the important principles and best practices employed by project managers to safeguard the scope of their projects. In addition, you'll learn about the Project Management Institute's Verify Scope and Control Scope processes, and how these processes are related to the Project Scope Management Knowledge Area.
Health, Safety and Welfare
The student will be able to: List the important principles and best practices employed by project managers to safeguard the scope of their projects. Describe the Project Management Institute’s Validate Scope and Control Scope processes. Explain how these processes are related to the Project Scope Management Knowledge Area. Describe how to accept deliverables and manage change, perform scope variance analysis and important strategies to avoid the dreaded “scope creep.” Monitor the scope of your project and anticipate and manage change so that your project has a successful outcome.
GO HERE TO REGISTER
American Society of Landscape Architects © Copyright 2019 All rights reserved.