Six tips on keeping a project's scope realistic

In project management, the term "scope creep" refers to a project digressing from its intended path and starting to address a matter or task beyond its originally planned scope. This problem naturally entails an increase in project costs, as well as an unnecessary expenditure of energy and resources. Therefore, one of the most important tasks of a project manager is to ensure a project does not expand uncontrollably and is kept within the set boundaries. Here are six tips on how to do this.