PMP: Project Scope vs Product Scope

PMP: Project Scope vs Product Scope

  • Project Scope: includes all the work required to deliver the required project product, service or results (collectively known as “deliverables”)
    • Project Scope is the about the project (including all the processes described in the PMBOK® Guide) to deliver the product
    • Project Scope involves the requirements of the product as well as the methods/processes involved to deliver the product
    • Project Scope is documented in the Project Scope Statement / Statement of Work — detailing the results of the project as well as the constraints and assumptions
  • Product Scope: includes the features and functions of the required product, service or result from the project
    • Product Scope is about the product itself and no more
    • Product Scope would describe how the product will look like, how it will work and the results it will deliver (technical specifications)

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