Scope Creep: It’s Not Just the Project Manager’s Problem

It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginning instructional designer or a seasoned veteran, you have most likely already experienced “scope creep.” Like most of us IDs, you have probably even been guilty of allowing a little bit (or a lot) of scope creep to enter into a project. Christopher Butler says the following about scope creep: “It is the kind of thing that accumulates so slowly and subtly that you don’t realize it’s happening until it’s too late, like when you’ve already promised it or, worse, when you’re already building it.” (Butler, 2012)  Scope creep can easily wreck an otherwise “well laid out” project because it upsets the balance of the project management triangle.

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