Learn how to leverage the Project Management Triangle to your advantage and deal with the three project killer archetypes.
Projects need to be performed and delivered under certain constraints. Traditionally, these constraints have been listed as scope, time and cost. They are also used to define the Project Management Triangle, with each point representing a constraint. A passing familiarity with geometry tells us that one side of the triangle cannot be changed without impact on the others.
This white paper discusses the three Project Killer Archetypes and presents a framework that leverages the project management triangle and creates the space for effective constraint communication and negotiation.