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The Scope Management page of the includes articles and blog posts for the Project Management Professional ( PMP ) Certification.

Project Scope and Product Scope in Project Management

Project Scope and Product Scope in Project Management

In project management, there are several important definitons required to state the project deliveries. Project and Product Scope are widely used terms in project management. A lot of project management practitioner...
Project Plan vs Project Management Plan

Project Plan vs Project Management Plan

Whether you have a small project or a large project, it’s important to know that a project can not be performed without a plan. In project management, Project Plans and Project...
Project Charter

Project Charter (Project Definition Document)

What is a Project Charter ? A project charter is a formal and short document that describes the project, project vision, project objectives, who the stakeholders and participants are. As per the PMBOK...
Project Life Cycle Product Life Cycle

Product Life Cycle and Project Life Cycle

Project Life Cycle and Product Life Cycle are two fundamental concepts that every PMP aspirants need to know. These two concepts may look quite similar to many of the PMP aspirants...
Project Management Program Management Portfolio Management

Project Management Program Management Portfolio Management

Project, Portfolio and Program are three different terms extensively used in project management. However many people are unaware when to use such terms. Project According to PMBOK Guide, “A project is temporary in...
Project Selection Methods

What are Project Selection Methods ?

The success of organizations is dependent to projects which they select. Once an opportunity has been appeared for a project, there are several reasons that need to be analyzed before an...
Scope Creep and Gold Plating in Project Management

Scope Creep and Gold Plating in Project Management

Every project has deliverables, budget, expected finish time and risks. Agreed requirements and tasks create the scope of the project. Variations in the scope may cause problems such as delays, budget...
Work Breakdown Structure Example


A work breakdown structure is a key project deliverable that organizes the team's work into manageable sections. The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) defines the work breakdown structure as "A...
Earned Value Management-Cost and Earned Value Graph

Earned Value Management, Planned Value, Actual Cost

Earned Value Management (EVM) is a project management technique for measuring project performance and progress in an objective aspect which incorporates scope, time and cost measurements. By combining these measurements Earned...
Planned Value,Actual Cost,Earned Value

Earned Value Management (EVM) Example

Earned value analysis is an efficient technique to realise and manage the project's performance. Organizations across all the industries use Earned value analysis and Earned Value management techniques to understand the...