Negotiating scope with stakeholders

Even after you’ve established the project’s scope, some stakeholders may want to discuss adjusting it. They may feel that the project’s current scope will require too much work with too few resources, that the timeline isn’t realistic given the scope, or that the project requires additional tasks and objectives. When your stakeholders ask to revisit a project’s scope, you should meet with them so they can raise their concerns…

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