The classic project management triangle (also known as triple constraint or the iron triangle) coined the popular saying Time, Quality, Cost. Pick two. The triangle is shown as follows:
The triple constraint is a model used in project management to visualize the constraints on any projects, and to consider how optimizing the project for one area would cause another area to suffer:
- Time and Quality: You can design and build a high-quality platform in a short time, but you'll need to hire a lot of experienced developers, which will be expensive.
- Time and Cost: You can build a platform quickly with a few inexperienced developers, ...