A common understanding of the design problem and design objectives and a group consensus on the comparative merits of courses of action are essential to the successful definition of project aims and objectives. Value management and value engineering are fundamental to establishing such an understanding.

Understanding the essential nature of scope management will facilitate clear project guidelines to ensure that the three fixed factors of time (or schedule), cost and quality (or performance), are kept synchronised within the project’s control. Monitoring the scope of the project can also help to plan for possible changes if the scope itself changes. The scope of the project, if well defined, will be beneficial in driving the project and for stakeholders’ perceptions of the project’s progress.

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