What home based small business do you want to create? What do you want to add to your existing business to make it more profitable? Are there problems you need to fix or overcome? These questions are important to start a project – a project you need to manage from start to completion. Define what you want, write the details and move forward.
Welcome to my nine-blog session on Project Management. I will expand on each management segment of my past blog on Project Management
Scope Management – define the product or service you will create. What will this product look like? How will your new service be performed? Will your customers perceive your new product/service favorably?
Where to start? What examples could I start with? How about starting a new business? What process will you need to set up your new business? Follow along and I’ll try to connect the other project management segments to help you set up a new project.
What is the scope of your project? Define your product or service, strap in and let’s ‘gitter done’
Scope Project Management Check List
1) Brainstorm pros/cons for the product/service you will develop – to start the project right make sure you want the product/service now and not change your mind and waste time and money
2) On a scale of 1-10, how important and rock solid is this project to not change if your time and budget strays – more on time and budget later, but these (and other project management principles) need to stay in-step with the new product/service
3) Is everybody on board to what the new product/service should be when finished – check out the internet as an idea to what the customers think about your competitor’s similar product/service
More on Scope Project Management
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