Scope is creep is probably one of your biggest costs, but it can be totally invisible!
You need to be able to spot scope creep when it is happening so that you can address it and adjust your price accordingly. You should never have to make a loss on a job.
Here are 7 common examples of scope creep to look out for…
When the client gives you corrupt data, or they haven’t given you the data in the format you wanted, that is a scope issue.
At the outset of the project, you should build into your proposal or fixed price agreement very clear instructions on how you need to receive the data, and also what will happen if those conditions are not met.
This used to happen to me all the time! Clients would drop off their books and records – and in those days, back before cloud technology, it was all held together in a paper bag!