Writing your scoping report
At the conclusion of the scoping stage you should ensure that the work is brought together in an accessible scoping report that can be shared and discussed with your steering group and key stakeholders.
The scoping report should describe the main challenge or issue that you are addressing, review key insights and influences on the audience’s behaviour, identify available resources and assets and outline what intervention options might lead to the desired behavior.
It is helpful to see the scoping report as a planning tool for the development stage and an evolving document that can be developed as you move forward.
The content of the scoping report should reflect all eight of the NSMC Benchmark Criteria.