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Saturday, April 29, 2006

Episode 30: Applying the Triple Constraints (All four of them)

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Project Insight: Web-Based Project Management Software

If you look up the Triple Constraints in project management methodology books, you will find that they don't agree on just three, but that they list cost, schedule, quality and scope. In today's episode, we don't look at these from a purely theoretical point of view, but from the point of view of how you as a project manager can use the Triple Constraints to manage your customer's expectations. Like every week we have several great resources for you and our tip of the week tells you what you are supposed to do with your PM methodology book.

Helpful Resources, News and Events

- PM for Engineers offered by Marcus Evans in southeast Asia
- PMI events May 2006
- Project Management South Africa Conference 2006
- APM Body of Knowledge 4th Edition (*.PDF)
- Steve McConnel's "10 Deadly Sins of Software Estimation" (*.PDF)
- The CVR/IT Consulting Template Library

Thank you PMThink! for guiding me to the last 2 entries in this list!