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“Deliver on Time” revisited – the Iron Triangle

The ‘Iron Triangle’ known to all project managers is one of the cornerstones of the profession. Essentially, it defines the major project constraints of time, cost and scope (sometimes quality is shown in the middle). On most traditional projects, scope … Continue reading

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Planning horizons

I know of an IT department with just three full-time developers. Yes, just three. So what do you do with a team that size? What they are doing is developing lots of small enhancements and defect fixes, and not much … Continue reading

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