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Scope creep happens when someone adds additional features or functions of a new product, requirements, or work that is not authorized (i.e., beyond the agreed-upon scope).

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There’s nothing more frustrating to a project manager than witnessing the slow, painful death of a healthy project to the beast known as scope creep. When last-minute changes transform their straightforward, A-to-B project plan into a sprawling mess of up-ended…




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Eduardo Espinheira

Eduardo Espinheira

Eduardo Espinheira is a Consultant, Facilitator, Manager, Public Speaker, Creator of the Management Bugs&Fixes and the Machiavellian PM Stories

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