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Project-vs-product-scope

Difference between product scope and project scope

In the PMI methodology, the product scope answers the question “what should the product do once it is completed” while the project scope answers the question “which activities will have to be carried out during the project”. To give an example, the creation of a product maintenance plan after the release can be part of the project scope but it is not part of the product scope. In terms of project evaluation, let's say that the results of the product scope are measured ...

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Project-vs-product-scope

Difference between 'Product scope' and 'Project scope' in Pmbok

According to the PMI (Project Management Institute) the product scope is what the product should or should not be, or do, once completed. For example the scope of a new coffee machine to be manufactured could be to make not only espresso coffee but also cappuccino and hot water for tea. The Project scope are the activities and deliverables that need to be performed / delivered during the project life cycle. For example, customer training on the product could be part of the project scope…

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