Date: June 1, 2023

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The project plan (aka, proposal) is built on scope, schedule, and cost. The project plan is like the flight plan that pilots file prior to taking off. It shows the intended route, speed, and arrival time. Sometimes the wind speed or direction changes or bad weather disrupts traffic. Our projects are like that, too. Unforeseen things happen. Having a plan allows us to determine whether we’re on course and can help steer us back to an on-time, on-budget arrival. It also helps us spot and manage scope creep, which is uncontrolled growth in a project’s scope, at any point after the project begins. The ability to manage scope creep and other project changes will greatly impact the success of your projects.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Measure your team’s progress against the project plan
  • Implement the best practices for keeping the project team focused on the plan
  • Define scope creep
  • Handle and communicate changes internally and with the client
  • Create the project closeout checklist and successfully close the project


Anthony J. Fasano, Jr, P.E., F.ASCE
President & CEO, Engineering Management Institute
Author of Engineer Your Own Success