Program Scope

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Scope is a term used in project management. Project management involves the planning and organization of a company’s resources to complete a specific task, event, or action and is usually a one-time event. Scope describes the required processes and resources to complete a project or produce a product. By identifying and recognizing different variables of a project through scope management, companies are able to save money.

As mentioned above, there are two types of scopeь – product scope and project scope. The product scope is a way to identify a product or service’s functions, while the project scope highlights everything needed to deliver that product or service. In short, product scope represents the functional requirements while project scope is the how-to part of project management.

A deliverable can include any objective or milestone within a project such as the creation of products, services, or processes. Additionally, it can consist of incremental changes, staged across the project plan used to govern or assess the pace of the project’s progress.

Uncontrollable changes that extend deadlines are known as scope creep. Extended deadlines may change the original requirements of the project’s scope. As the project progresses, small changes to the original plan occur, expanding the scope from the initial limits regarding budget and time. Small changes can lead to additional changes, resulting in a cascading effect of further considerations and requirements.

Effective project management considers the possibility of scope creep and incorporates strategies to mitigate it. Understanding the vision or primary objective, proper initial planning, as well as devising and adopting approaches to avoid scope creep from the outset are ways to prevent scope creep. 

A proper project scope statement should include the following elements: an introduction stating the purpose of the project, the deliverables required to complete the project, a determination of the project’s milestones, as well as any constraints or exclusions.

This template can be helpful for project managers when preparing to work on a new project. You can describe in detail what steps are required to complete the project. You can also specify what resources and terms you will need to implement each stage.

Engineers can use this template when preparing for production line upgrades and advanced manufacturing practices. You can present your proposals in the form of several projects and indicate the sequence of actions and the need for implementation for each of them.

Marketers can use this template when preparing an advertising campaign to promote a new product. Startup executives can use this template when preparing for a meeting with investors.

Program Scope is a professional and modern template that contains five stylish and fully editable slides. You can change the type and size of the font, color and position of the infographic yourself. This template will be useful for project managers, team leaders, startup leaders and engineers. Program Scope template will complement your old presentations and will be a worthy addition to your collection of professional presentations.