Chapter 6

Strategy-Oriented Scope Control and Change Management

Project control is an information system which supports making decisions in the course of implementing projects. The ultimate purpose of applying project control is to achieve success on the project. Project control should encompass both process control and scope control. Process control focuses on timely completion and the cost status of project implementation. Thus, process control may contribute to achieving success in terms of the project triangle.

At the same time, scope control focuses on the desired project result in terms of whether the actual status of the project result is in line with the desired project result outlined in the course of the scope definition. Consequently, ...

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