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​The Ultimate Guide to creating a 100% PMBoK Guide aligned Scope Management Plan and Requirements Management Plan

By Markus

August 28, 2020

PMBoK, PMP, Project, Project Management, Requirements, Scope

Plan your scoping processes 


This is where you will figure out how to define and validate the scope of your project. In the scope management process you define your approach to find out what work you will do and what is outside the scope. All other processes in the Scope Management knowledge areas are defined and described in this document. It is the blueprint that you will use for everything else you will do to manage the scope of your project.

There are two outcomes of the scope management process: the scope management plan and the requirements management plan. Both help you define the scope of your project and make sure that you and your team focus only on the work that will help you meet the needs of your customers.

 The scope management plan keeps you informed by detailing the processes you and your team will follow when documenting your scope, figure out your work breakdown structures and validate and control your scope for the rest of the project.

 The requirements management plan describes the process by which you will collect requirements and how you will handle them once they are written down.


You may try out the online Version of the map by clicking on the Image below:

2.2.1 MP4PM Scope Management Plan

The primary purpose of this process is twofold: to write the scope management plan and to develop the requirements management plan.

The scope management plan is a planning tool that documents how the project team will go about defining project scope, how changes to scope will be maintained and controlled, and how project scope will be validated.

The requirements management plan addresses analyzing, documenting, and managing the project requirements.


You may try out the online Version of the map by clicking on the Image below:

MP4PM Requirements Mgmt Plan

Try out with the FREE Project Charter Map Package!

You may download our FREE Project Charter Map Package to try MP4PM out(click on
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The Complete Guide about HOW TO creating a"Scope Management Plan and a Requirements Management Plancontains the following sections: 


As a starting point for the creation of your own customized template you will receive - beside all the maps - ready-to-use MS Office Templates with Examples and a lot of helpful information. 

Here is the overview of my Template Outlines that will come with the Package Download:

Scope Mgmt Plan Template Overview

Scope Management Plan Outline

Requirmeents Mgtm Plan Template Overview

Requirements Management Plan Outline


Try out with the FREE Project Charter Map Package!

You may download our FREE Project Charter Map Package to try MP4PM out(click on
the Image on the right or on the Button
below to go to download page): 


To access the complete "Scope and Requirements Management Plans" guide including the "MP4PM - Plan Scope Management Tools & Templates Package" and a ton of additional content click on the following Picture (or HERE): 

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Now it is up to you!

We wish you success by creating your own final project report template. 

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See you inside, 

Markus


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