Scope & Requirements Management

Scope & Requirements Management

Course Overview

This course teaches you the leading practices for organizing, documenting, and managing project scope. You’ll learn how to identify your project’s organizational type and accurately gather project requirements, as well as the 10 key tools to use and how to use them to ensure that the finished product lines up with stakeholder expectations. This elite course is only offered for groups–inquire for your company!

Duration: 3 days (8 hrs./day)

PDUs: 24

Earn Your PDUs

Earn Your PDUs

You worked hard to earn your certification, so don’t let your effort go to waste.  Velociteach is a Registered Education Provider with The Project Management Institute (PMI)®, so not only will you leave our courses with new skills, you’ll have a certificate for PDUs that always meet PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements.

Better Professional Development and a Better You

Better Professional Development and a Better You

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PMI's Education Provider of the Year

PMI's Education Provider of the Year

Velociteach was named Education Provider of the Year in Continuing Education by PMI, the organization behind the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam. There are over 1,600 other PMP exam prep and continuing education providers worldwide with only one award a year given for this category.

Course Benefits and Objectives

Understand:

  • The principles and processes of scope management
  • 16 different organization types into which a project fits
  • The impact of scope planning on project teams and stakeholders
  • 10 tools for analyzing, gathering, defining, and ranking potential requirements
  • The preflight check
  • Keys to managing stakeholder expectations and communication
  • Keys to controlling scope and managing change

Learn how to:

  • Identify your project’s organization type and adapt your approach to the environment
  • Accurately gather all requirements and know when the scope is complete
  • Capture the requirements in the appropriate format to facilitate the work downstream
  • Determine which of the 10 tools you should use to analyze, gather, define and rank requirements
  • Resolve competing stakeholder objectives
  • Validate your requirements before they are built
  • Optimally manage scope changes
  • Improve your chance of acceptance by the sponsor, the customer, and key stakeholders
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