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What is project scope? What are constraints? Provide an example of a mandatory, external future constraint. Also provide an example of a discretionary, internal, present constraint.

Program Plan Intro

Description of project scope, and constraints with examples of mandatory, external, future constraints, discretionary, internal and present constraint.

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Project scope: To create boundaries or the limitation of a project, project scope is required. For example, a statement will be too general if it is stated in this way, project scope is to modify accounts payable instead the project scope should be something like project scope is to allow online vendors to check their debit balance and their sales number. So, in the second statement we can find out what is actual problem and why the project is not going smoothly. So the project scope finds out the actual limitation of why the project is not going smoothly.

Some analysts create a list to categorize the project scope. They divide the list into four sections which will help to define project scope. The four sections are known as Must Have, Should Have, Could Have, and Won't Have. This technique is known as MoSCoW method in project management.

In Must Have section, we have to complete the work which is mandatory. For example, generating report on developing a software. If the must have requirements are not fulfilled, then it leads to failure of the project.

In Should have section, some requirements are important in the project but it is not mandatory for the project.

In Could have section, some extra features in the project may bring the happiness to the customer but including those features are not mandatory.

In the won’t have section, some features won’t be included as those are not available in the market.

Constraints: A constraint is a condition which finds out the requirement or condition of the system which are must use in the project...

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