Anything is possible: Managing feature creep in an innovation rich environment

@article{Elliott2007AnythingIP,
  title={Anything is possible: Managing feature creep in an innovation rich environment},
  author={Billy Elliott},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Engineering Management Conference},
  year={2007},
  pages={304-307}
}
  • Billy Elliott
  • Published 2007 in
    2007 IEEE International Engineering Management…
This paper examines the inevitable product feature creep, also known as requirements creep, from an engineering project manager's perspective. Feature creep is often the wildcard a project manager has to balance against resources, cost and schedule. After first describing the nature and sources of feature creep, the paper delves into the detrimental aspects of feature creep, some of which are non-intuitive and affect a project in subtle ways. Finally, the paper describes methods to defend a… CONTINUE READING

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