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  1. 1. Reporter: Carmina D. Rallistan Agency: National Housing Authority Professor: Josefina B. Bitonio PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT
  2. 2. PROJECT SCOPE STATEMEN T ☞ A document that defines all the elements of the project scope as well as assumptions, project requirements and acceptance criteria. ☞Project scope statement will act as the primary tool for stakeholders and teammates to refer back to and use as a guideline to accurately measure project success. ☞ Equation: SCOPE BASELINE=Project Scope Statement + Work Breakdown Structure + WBS Dictionary
  3. 3. PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT The most elementary way to understand the Project Scope Statement is that it tells you what work you are and are not going to do as part of the project. Example: NHA Government Employee Housing Program (GEHP)
  4. 4. Importance of Project Scope Statement • It helps the stakeholders understand the project and product scope. • It reduces the chances of scope creep at later stages. • It helps the project manager develop the project plan effortlessly. • Assists in developing project baselines.
  5. 5. ELEMENTS
  6. 6. PRODUCT SCOPE This is the product your project is setting out to achieve. - It could be a physical product, a service, an improvement or some other outcome. - This section of the scope statement briefly describes the product of the end result of the project. Example: Decent and Affordable Housing
  7. 7. PROJECT EXCLUSION S Describes what you are not going to deliver as part of the project. As mention earlier, you are not expected to document that you are going to develop a car. Example: Decent and Affordable Housing for Gov’t. Employee
  8. 8. PROJECT INCLUSIONS OR DELIVERABLES This could be a simple list of what you are not going to deliver as part of the project. This list should be as exhaustive as possible. Ex. 2 Storey Duplex type w/ open garage, 2 bedrooms and 2 CR
  9. 9. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA Since we are talking about what you would deliver as part of the project (and what you wouldn’t), it is only fitting that we include a brief about projects acceptance criteria. What will satisfy the customer or end user for project completion. Ex. Fully accepted by inspection & acceptance report w/ punch listing.
  10. 10. • Also, since there was some confusion around the Project Scope Statement and the Requirements Documents, the main key is: • Project Scope Statement – talks about how are you going to achieve the work or project. • Requirement Document-simply talk about what you need or what is your requirement about the project
  11. 11. References: • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kfCxdfdNNM • https://www.projectmanager.com/blog/project-scope-statement • https://www.projectmanager.com/templates/project-scope-template THANK YOU!

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