“Define Scope Process is the 3rd process of the Scope

 

“Define Scope Process is the 3rd process of the Scope Management knowledge area after Plan Scope Management Process and Collect Requirements Process. As described in PMI certification training, the PMP Scope Management defines what work is required and also makes sure that all of this work and only this work is done.

   The main input is the project charter itself, as it will detail the goals and objectives of the project, a description of the scope, and any constraints and assumptions. The requirements documentation is also an input as the define scope process translates these requirements into more detail. A final input is the organizational process assets.”(masterofproject, 2021)

       In the Define Scope process, product analysis is done to produce a detailed scope. During product analysis, objectives and description of the product stated by the customer or sponsor are analyzed. After analysis, it is expected to reach realistic project deliverables from the customer requirements  

and expectations. These are just explanations or statements and  project deliverables must be addressed. With these project deliverables, customer acceptance must also be obtained.

    The Define Scope is a process of developing a detailed description of the project and product. The main benefit of this process is that it describes the product, service. It also sets boundaries by defining which of the requirements collected will be included in and excluded from the project  

deliverables from the customer requirements and expectations. These are just explanations or statements and  project deliverables must be addressed. With these project deliverables, customer acceptance must also be obtained.

    The Define Scope is a process of developing a detailed description of the project and product. The main benefit of this process is that it describes the product, service. It also sets boundaries by defining which of the requirements collected will be included in and excluded from the project scope.(PMBOK, 2017).