A project scope is comprised of the deliverables that must be completed to accomplish the project’s Mission, Objectives, and Vision (MOV). It provides the project boundaries needed to get the job done. Moreover, scope can determine the team’s tasks and connect the project’s MOV with the project plan. There is a difference between product scope and project scope.  According to ESI International, product scope is “the sum of features that make up the product or the service that is created by the project”. On the other hand, the project scope is “the sum of activities and resources required to produce the target product or service”.
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