Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video On preventing scope creep, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
Two things. I would want to do.…First,…scope creep comes from two sources.…Scope creep has a tendency to come from in one instance I should say.…Scope creep has a tendency to come from…a well meaning customer talking to a well meaning project team member.…They say you know we could do this.…Aw, that's a good idea and they just go do it.…And I say this on the basis that scope creep is uncontrolled change.…Right?…And that's a definitely uncontrolled change.…
One person has an idea.…Somebody else adopts it.…Other people don't understand that that's going to happen.…And next thing you know things unravel farther down…the track in the project.…So the first thing to do is absolutely train every…member of your project team on the concept of scope creek.…What it is and, and, and the thought that says lets capture the ideas…but lets talk about this as a team before we just decide to do them.…So we can control any changes to scope. The second thing that,…that I would think about and I would do on…a project when your thinking about scope creep is this.…
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