Chapter: September 2016 - Don’t Gold Plate That Project

Dr. Nathan JohnsonDR. Yang Fan

In this presentation, Dr. Nathan Johnson, Assistant Professor in project management at Western Carolina University and a certified Project Management Professional, and Dr. Yang Fan, Associate Professor in project management at Western Carolina University and a certified Project Management Professional,  will review important scope management concepts, identify tools and techniques to avoid scope creep, address a number of scope management pitfalls including gold plating, and discuss scope management best practices.

Learning Objectives: Attendees will get a better understanding of the following:

  • Key Scope management inputs, tools and techniques and outputs
  • Scope Creep
  • Scope Creep Risks and Impacts
  • Stakeholder Management and Change Requests
  • Monitoring and Controlling the Scope  
  • Scope Verification

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