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Major topics in this chapter are scope control tools:
The purpose of these tools is to zero in on controlling the scope of a project in the course of project plan execution (see Figure 11.1). Closely coordinated with the schedule and cost control tools, the scope control tools help the project team get their arms around the sound scope changes and updated scope baseline. This information about the updates is used to report project progress and close down the project at the end of the implementation. Helping in this effort are team development, quality, risk, and other controls.
This chapter focuses on preparing practicing and prospective project managers to acquire the following skills:
The acquisition of these skills is critically important in successfully implementing the project and building the SPM process.
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