Scope creep is often a hump in achieving project success. The ethics of pro0ject management prompt managers to avoid instances of scope creep in the entire life cycle of the project6; during its build-up and subsequent use. Avoidance of scope creep in project management tags along several benefits in building the project and in ensuring workability (Donnelly, 2017). It is important to avoid scope creep because it provides room for project dynamicity. Even in the event of prior analysis of the project scope, it is possible that the project plan may fall victim to changes in the build-up time or even later after completion. Avoiding scope creep ensures that the project can adjust to any changes in its lifetime.
– Determined: High level business owners have clear-cut visions and stick to the beneficial path.
– Goal-oriented: High level business owners know what is expected of them and the business
– Confident: High level business owners portray confidence in their relationships with other stakeholders.
– Passionate: High level business owners are passionate about their business.
– Financial Efficiency: High level business owners can take care of the business’ funds to ensure success.
According to Kochhar et al., (2015), most developers prefer to perform their tasks at night. In the morning hours of workdays, most developers are often tired from the night-long stints. Resultantly, it would not be wised to bother developers at the morning hours.
The joke of the Pigs vs. Chickens is an insightful one in the field of business. The joke primarily portrays devotion to a project piece. The ham from the pig and the egg from the chicken are used in producing a dish. Despite both products contributing to the final dish, the pig has to go through a lot in producing the ham as opposed to the chicken that only lays the eggs. To me, the joke means that for a project to succeed, there has to be a strong team that commits to the success journey.
The subject matter expert is responsible for providing and disseminating knowledge and know-how in the project’s subject matter expert makes sure that the content of the project is relatable to the subject of the project.
Technical requirements refer to the technical inputs needed in the project development phase. Technical requirements encompass efficiency, reliability and availability of the technical aspects of the project. Business requirements, on the other hand, are the important activities that must be achieved by parties involved in the project build-up.