How to Reduce Project Scope Creep
Scope creep can happen on any project, wasting money, decreasing satisfaction, and decreasing the expected project value. More than 50% of the projects are delayed and 40% experience scope creep.
Both project teams and stakeholders are consistently frustrated by it. Why does an effective means of controlling scope seem to continually elude us?
This white paper outlines the specific steps to take to reduce or prevent project scope creep. It describes how to settle on concrete expectations, how to use project management tools effectively and much more. This unique combination provides our readers with new insights and ways of controlling scope that can be applied to any type of project.