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1. What is the difference between the project scope and product scope on a project?
The product scope is the definition of what will be procured for the project. The project scope is the definition of what the project will deliver.
The product scope is the features and functions that characterize the product, service or result of the project. The project scope is the work that must be done to create those features and functions.
Product scope and project scope are synonyms. They represent the same thing.
2. Which Scope Management processes provide an input to the Create WBS process?
Plan Scope Management, Define Scope, Control Scope.
Plan Scope Management, Collect Requirements, Define Scope.
Develop Project Charter, Plan Scope Management, and Define Scope.
3. What is the difference between the WBS and the Traceability Matrix?
The WBS identifies and organizes all the project scope or work of the project. The Traceability Matrix identifies and organizes all of the requirements for the product scope of the project.
The Traceability Matrix creates the categories that are used for organizing the WBS.
The WBS is a planning document and the Traceability Matrix is created as part of Scope Validation.
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