scoping (noun, scop-ing, \ ˈskəʊpɪŋ \)
Definition: is a process of assessment of all the requirements that are crucial to complete a project, defining its main objectives, and establishing how it needs to be managed and put into action. This term may refer to both project and product management. It signifies and evaluates the work that needs to be done in order to deliver a product or to organize a project. Scoping may also include identifying the possible risks linked to the project’s development. A properly done scoping allows managers to figure out the cost of each project and the approximate time that is required to finish it.
In a Sentence:
- Scoping is a very important strategic step. We should not omit it, especially when we have a new project coming.
- Conducting a scoping study can help us estimate how much time we are going to need to finish the project preparations.
- Product scoping is essential at this point since we don’t have a definition assessment of the potential risks.
Synonyms and related words: scope, project scope, product scope, scope statement, scoping study, project management