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A Brief Explanation of the Triple Constraint in Project Management - nTask

Quality, risk and benefit in project management

In recent years, constraints beyond the triple constraint factor have been discovered. They are:

  • Quality. The project should be developed according to the quality agreed in the project scope.
  • Risk. Risk and scope creeps are "silent" killers when the development team and managers are not expecting any threat from them.
  • Benefit. The benefit of the project element is a great motivator to keep the project development process on track.

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