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1. The project triple constraints are:
Scope, schedule, resources
Time, talent, treasure
Monthly, quarterly, annual
2. A project is defined by what attributes?
Project charter, project team, project reviews
Risk, reward, punishment
Temporary, unique results, requiring effort
3. Which fundamental project management processes rely on the triple constraint?
Communication and Project Reviews
Earned Value Analysis and Supplier Management
Planning and Risk Management
4. If a problem on a project will likely result in missing one of the triple constraints, what is the impact on the other two constraints?
If constraint is missed, all will be missed. The team must go back to the stakeholders and negotiate a new set of triple constraints.
There is no impact, the constraints are independent.
Depending upon constraint priority, one of the other constraints may be relaxed in order to correct the situation with the constraint experiencing the problem.
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