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The triangle illustrates the relationship between three primary forces in a project. Time: is the available time to deliver a project Costs: represents the amount of money or resources available And Scope represents the work that is to be done for the project to achieve success. The relationship among these factors is such that if one factor changes, at least one other factor is likely to be affected. For example if the schedule is shortened, often the budget needs to be increased to add additional resources to complete the same amount of work in less time. Remember the new stadium for the Texans? Time was a fixed constraint- they needed to get the stadium complete in time for the new football season- this pushed the project over budget by over $100 million dollars. If a budget increase is not possible, the scope or quality may be reduced to deliver the project in less time for the same budget.
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I am “…….” I am a PMI Certified Project Manager Professional, and I’ve had some 20+ years experience in project management in several industries. I hope to provide a brief Introduction to PMI and to answer any questions you may have about PMI, and/or its value to you.
What is project?
What is management?
What is project management?
What is PMP?
What are its benefits for project management
What is the Project Management Institute?
What is PMBOK?
Human resource Management.
Elements of Successful (and Unsuccessful) Projects .
Tools of the Trade
Work Breakdown Structure
Managing the Project
Project Manager’s Role
Navigating the Politics of Change
Resources for the Project Manager