Many teams don't fully understand the meaning of scope, or which kinds of scope to prioritize. In this video, learn how to differentiate five types of scope and approach scope creep without fear.
- Scope is a big collaboration point for PMs and BAs. … I can't stress this enough. … What most teams don't realize is what scope actually means. … Teams often focus on the project scope … and not enough on the product scope. … Pat the PM and Bailey the BA think about scope in five ways. … Project scope, product scope, and functional scope, … technical scope, and organizational scope. … They have learned that a lot of teams … are focused on the project and technical scope, … and mistakenly neglecting the product and functional scope. … The project scope includes the work to be done … and resources to do it, the tasks, … the people, and organizations performing the activities … to complete the project. … Pat is focused on this scope … and Bailey provides inputs from other scope areas … that help Pat with that project scope. … Next, the product scope, which is what the project builds … and can be looked at from … a functional and technical point of view. … Bailey is focused on the functional scope, …
- Identify why collaboration between the business analyst and the project manager is key.
- Examine the fundamentals of an ideal partnership between the business analyst and the project manager.
- Explore the importance of collaboration on scoping between the business analyst and the project manager.
- Determine the essentials for collaboration between the business analyst and the project manager during the development and testing phase.
- Break down the ways to make communication between the business analyst and the project manager successful.
- Discover the areas of risk the business analyst and the project manager should collaborate on.
- Identify the fundamentals for collaboration between the project manager and the business analyst on scope management and change.