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1. What is a project scope statement?
A description of the project scope, major deliverables, assumptions and constraints.
The approval document used to authorize the project start.
A statement concerning the acceptability of the project results by the project stakeholders, leading to project closeout.
2. What is a project scope statement normally used for?
It is used to maintain alignment between project stakeholders and team members concerning the project goals and objectives.
It is used to initialize the project management information system (PMIS).
It is used to measure project success or failure.
3. Following the completion of the scope statement, what other project management tool often must be updated?
The stakeholder register.
The risk register.
The ROI calculations in the Business Case.
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