Project scope is the totality of work, including features and requirements needed to complete a project.
This Bright Hub guide provides information on aspects such as how to define the scope of a project, the implications of scope creep and how to handle it, related best practices, and more. The comments section that follows each article is a good place to clarify doubt and seek additional information from authors, editors, and other subject experts who frequent the forum. Regardless of whether you are a project manager, researcher, student, or any one else, this Bright Hub guide is sure to add to your corpus of knowledge.
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