Given the Scope Statements importance its the formal, written statement not just of the business and project requirements but actually a summary of all major project considerations (assumptions, constraints, risks, important milestones, etc.) what should be included in the ideal Scope Statement?
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Considering the following:
What sections should the ideal Scope Statement contain? (Be sure to cite your references.)
Most projects find managing scope to be a challenge. What can we add to a Scope Statement that could help manage project scope better (if anything?)
If you have experience with Scope Statements, when has the Scope Statement worked particularly well, and why?
Requirement: Answer all questions above, and at least 250 words, reference.