is a project management term which refers to the changes, and or the continuous or uncontrolled growth of a project’s scope, compared to the scope at the start of the project, at any point after the project begins.
Also Known As
Scope Creep possibly can be a result of
- Poor change control
- Lack of proper initial identification of Project Objectives
- Lack of initial product versatility
- Incompetent Project Manager
- Poor communication between Stakeholders
is when a project expands beyond its original goals after the success of initially set milestones
is when instructions increase in number and size over time until they are unmanageable.
- Ignorance of the Keeping It Simple Stupid
- Complex procedures which are often misunderstood
- Rules framed by ever-changing groups over extended periods
is the addition of new features in a product beyond the basic functions of the product resulting in function bloat and over complication.