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How is the project scope different from the product scope?

Since any project usually delivers a product (and sometimes a service), then what is the difference between the project scope and the product scope? And why is there something called the "product scope"? Shouldn't the word "scope" be restricted to the project itself, and not to the final product/service?
asked 11 years ago by anonymous

1 Answer

The project scope describes the work done to deliver the project.
The product scope describes the features and the functions of the product.
answered 11 years ago by FastProjectManager (10,100 points)

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