Scope analysis

Project failures are often generated by a lack of anticipation regarding their organisation, the people involved/missing, a poor guidance, ...


Project costs often rise with (late) modifications and repairs.
It is thus well advised to first invest in a solid project preparation. 

project perimeter delimitation

(executive level)

  1. mission statement (project launch initial decision);
  2. requirements and objectives spécifications;
  3. project weight & risks;
  4. provisionnal planning;
  5. project management team & contacts assignments;
  6. date of official kick-off;
  7. contractual and payments specifications

present situation discovery

(project team level)

  1. internal procedures survey;
  2. organization tools & processes description;
  3. field experience survey
  4. external references and best practices;
  5. risks evaluation;
  6. performance criterias (KPI) & initial evaluation measures;

desired future description

(executive level)

  1. vision formalization;
  2. objectives concretization;
  3. improvements needed (research and tools documentation);
  4. solution specifics (deliverable qualities specifications and KPI);

Additional benefits

As executives and teams are consulted and associated in this structured process, their understanding 

- leverages their awareness of its relevance and the importance of their role;

- lowers their fears of what the outcome may be like; 

- prepares them to work together in the future;


As a result, they are empowered to take up more responsabilities in the long run. You win again!