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Scope Creep

 

Scope Creep is the expression used by project managers and/or vendors who are under pressure to constantly deliver in excess of what was originally agreed. Scope creep normally results from a failure to establish the clear requirements of the business users. As these begin to solidify the scope of the original plan can start to move - and continue to move. If the project manager is not alert to this (all too common) phenomenon, the requirements will constantly change thus ensuring that the projects spends years on delivering nothing, as they are continually reviewing and altering direction.

Scope Creep - do not allow it to happen to you!


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