It’s easy to blame clients for scope creep, but it’s not really their fault. If there’s no clarity or control over your processes — especially the ones that protect you in the case of a change request — scope creep is going to continue to plague your projects. In this post, you’ll explore seven reasons why scope creep happens and learn how to repair these gaps in your process before it’s too late.
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