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Identifying assumptions and understanding risks:

Something that is believed to be true but not confirmed

Assumptions

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Get assumptions out of the open by asking questions about ____

Expectations

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When asking questions to get assumptions, you should:

Ask questions____
What ____ do you expect
What does ____ look like?

Repeatedly
Results
Success

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If the list (of assumptions) you end up with outsrips the budget or resources you have available, you can ____ with the team

Negotiate

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A situation or event that might negatively affect your project

Risk

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You should identify risk and analyze them mainly so that management can make ____ about whether or not to _____ on the project

Educated decision
Invest

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You should ____ all assumptions and risks

Document

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UNDERSTANDING DELIVERABLES AND SUCCESS CRITERIA

People expects something when the project is done. These results are called ____

Deliverables

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_____are the products and services and it can be tangible (e.g. building) or intangible (e.g. new service)

Deliverbles

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Deliverables define ____. What is and is'nt included in the project

Scope

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Once project is underway, deliverables then helps you measure ____

Progress

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Begin with _____ example: Print 1000 brochures
And document ______example: Sign printer contract

End deliverables
Intermediate deliverables

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Have deliverables that can be completed between reports so you can evaluate ____based on the deliverables completed

Progress

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Break up large deliverables into ____

Manageable pieces

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____are definitions of success

Success criteria

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Write clear and ____ success criteria

Quantifiable

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CREATING SCOPE STATEMENT

Describes the boundaries of the project i.e. what is included and just as important what is not included

Scope statement

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Indicates works that is not the responsibility of the project team

Out of scope

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Prevent the project from expanding. This is called

Scope creep