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1. The In-Frame/Out-of-Frame technique is used to:
Clarify project boundaries.
Validate the completion of tasks.
Initiate a project.
2. What is the role of stakeholders with respect to the In-Frame/Out-of-Frame technique?
Stakeholders meet with the project team and jointly develop the lists of what is in scope (in-frame) for the project and what is not in scope (out-of-frame) for the project.
Stakeholders conduct the In-Frame/Out-of-Frame analysis and deliver it to the project team.
Stakeholders have no involvement with the In-Frame/Out-of-Frame technique.
3. Under what conditions should “Out-of-Frame” items be performed by the project team?
Out-of-Frame items should only be done if a project change moves them onto the “in-Frame” list.
“Out of Frame” items are planned and scheduled to be done in later phases of the project.
Out-of-Frame items should never be done as part of the project.
4. In an “In-Frame/Out-of-Frame” analysis, what does “On-the-Frame” indicate?
There is no such thing as “On-the-Frame.”
Items “On-the-Frame” are potential elements of scope. The decision as to whether they are required for the project cannot be made at the time of project initiation.
"On-the-Frame” items are potential scope items that the team wants to do but that the stakeholders do not think are necessary.
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