Scope Creep in Project Management

Changes in scope may occur continuously or uncontrollably during a project's life cycle due to inadequately defined, documented, or controlled scopes, referred to as "scope creep". Despite the fact that it is generally considered harmful for the success of the project, it is an inevitable reality, as well.

Scope creep is usually caused by changing requirements by key stakeholders or disputes within the development team. If you fail to plan for changes, you won't meet customer needs. As a project can go along, requirements may change. These will alter the scope, and so the project manager should be ready for and expect these changes.

By implementing a change control process, we are able to prevent scope creep, which occurs when changes are made uncontrolled. 


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