The triple constraint

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, ...

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