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1. Which side of the project management triangle is the primary constraint?
All three sides are primary and must be met.
That depends upon the project and business conditions, it could be any one of the three sides: scope, schedule, or resources.
The schedule is always the primary constraint.
2. If schedule is the primary constraint, what should you do after determining the project schedule boundary (end date)?
Set internal milestones.
Establish the deliverables and quality level.
Identify resources that are available during the project time period
3. If resources are the primary constraint, what should you do next after the amount and timing of resources are provided?
Create a project schedule with milestones and phases.
Estimate the deliverables and quality that the designated resources can accomplish
Issue the project budget.
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