When the project was started, the top management of the A.T.S components (CTP gathered in the Committee of Technical Project ) gave full authority to the project manager to proceed with the “planning process” considering the crucial work for the project success.
As known, the processes of Project Management are not entirely sequential , instead presenting a certain level of overlap.
The planning, and subsequently the management of the project, saw the processes necessary to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, for the purpose of its successful conclusion.
The primary goal was to define and control what is included in the project and, no less important aspect especially for the management of the area, what is not.
The Project Scope, in fact, has included the processes necessary to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, for its successful conclusion.
The sub-processes of scope planning “Project Scope” have been :