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" How should this project be accomplished? Are there any constraints on the approach, any procedures or regulatory guidance that must be followed, or any financial or resource constraints? (The "w" was on the end of "How") In-Frame/Out-of-Frame The "In-Frame/Out-of-Frame" analysis is an excellent technique for clarifying project boundary conditions with stakeholders who are vague or often change their mind. The "In-Frame/Out-of-Frame" analysis assists the project team in setting a clear definition of scope. Project Dimensions Karl Wiegers introduced the concept of categorizing the various project requirements into different "dimensions. " Project Requirements Document A Requirements Document is a formal document that describes all of the requirements for a project.
Communication Strategy Matrix The Communication Strategy Matrix is a tool for determining the communication strategy to be used with each stakeholder. Each stakeholder is considered individually. Collaboration Strategy Matrix. PmWiki / PmWiki. This page is automatically restored every fifteen minutes.
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