The case study below offers an excellent perspective on how projects are often initiated under less than ideal circumstances—which often lays the ground work for project failure.
Companies that provide a service for another company usually respond to a bid document from a company that needs help. This case study is a good example of this situation. The bid document can be as simple as an email from the buyer to the seller or as complicated as a request for proposal (RFP) outlining the objectives of the project and asking a seller to develop a proposal that provides a solution.
Each company (seller and buyer) will have a business case for doing the project. The Peter’s Company is outsourcing for a reason. The Corwin Corporation is taking on the project for a different set of reasons. One of the reasons the Corwin Corporation is taking on the work is the looming, potentially very lucrative production contract if they are successful. There are no guarantees in research and development project that there will be success.
Question- Create a Scope Statement. Using the requirements documents from Part 2, prepare a Scope Statement that addresses the four components described in Section 22.214.171.124, Project Scope Statement, PMBOK 6e. The statement should not exceed 3 pages and does not need to conform to APA guidelines except for citing and referencing sources.
Below is the attached file for Requirements documents.