Project scoping is a critical part of any project. If a project is to succeed, all your team members need to fully understand the agreed scope of the project so that they can focus specifically on the task in hand.
This is a simple way for the team to define the scope of a project by identifying what will be included and what will be excluded. It helps to ensure that all of the team is focused in the same direction and understands the scope of the project. Your team may find it useful to refer to the results throughout the project so that extra activities outside the scope are not picked up (scope creep). This enables you to focus limited resources specifically on the current problem.
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