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APMP Section 6

Scope management

Breakdown structure A hierarchical structure by which project elements are broken down, or decomposed.
Deliverable A product, set of products or package of work that will be delivered to, and formally accepted by, a stakeholder.
Product A tangible or intangible component of a project’s output. Synonymous with deliverable.
Scope management The process whereby outputs, outcomes and benefits are identified, defined and controlled.
Work package A group of related activities that are defined at the same level within a work breakdown structure.
Acceptance criteria The requirements and essential conditions that have to be achieved before a deliverable is accepted.
Requirements management The process of capturing, assessing and justifying stakeholders’ wants and needs.
Users The group of people who are intended to benefit from the project or operate the deliverables.
Change control The process through which all requests to change the baseline scope of a project, programme or portfolio are captured, evaluated and then approved, rejected or deferred.
Change freeze A point after which no further changes to scope will be considered.
Change register A record of all proposed changes to scope.
Configuration management The administrative activities concerned with the creation, maintenance, controlled change and quality control of the scope of work.
Scope The totality of the outputs, outcomes and benefits and the work required to produce them.
Configuration Functional and physical characteristics of a product as defined in its specification.
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