From a project scope sample that sets clear expectations to a vertical timeline and milestone chart to track your progress, FigJam’s resources can help you execute every stage of your project.
Bring everyone to the table to define each element of your project with this easy-to-use interactive template.
Let stakeholders know what they can expect throughout the project and establish guidelines for your team so they don’t just finish the race—they come in 1st place.
Map your route: Develop an outline that explains every aspect of your project, from objectives to constraints.
Control your pace: Use the project scope management template to track important project factors, such as goals, deadlines, and budgets.
Avoid roadblocks: Agree upon the terms and project deliverables so that stakeholders can’t derail or reroute the project once it’s in motion.
Gather your team and lay the foundation for a successful project. From audio chats that give everyone a voice to Lil Notes that allow for easy input, make your sample project scope a collaborative affair.
From the necessary resources to each team’s task list, create a project scope you can see through to the end. Then do exactly that with more of FigJam’s project management and workflow templates.
A project scope is a valuable tool used in project planning that helps to manage all stakeholders’ expectations. Project managers will use a project scope to set firm timelines and restrictions, make note of project objectives, and communicate shared goals, assumptions, and requirements for a final deliverable that’s completed on time and within budget.
There are a few key elements to include when using a project scope template:
The project’s goals and objectives, which define the purpose of the project
The project scope that outlines project requirements, including the work that needs to be completed and by whom
The deliverables, listing what stakeholders will be receiving at the end of the project, including any exclusions which will not be included as part of the current project phase
Any requirements, which indicate what is needed to complete the request
Any assumptions that one can reasonably make about the project
Any constraints, which limit the team’s ability to perform as specified or may pose roadblocks down the way
Start by downloading FigJam’s free sample project scope templateto use as your template. From there, gather the necessary team members—usually project managers and department or team leads—to assess your situation and plan for success. Start by filling in big-picture sections of the project scope statement template like the project itself and your goals, then dive into granular details and collectively brainstorm possible problems or opportunities to define constraints, requirements, deliverables, and more.
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