Dr. Project: Project PlansGood afternoon, Dr. Project,
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You want it when? It sounds like you have been victimized by the infamous management answer, "Bring me a different answer." After all, one month versus four months...what's the big deal? Unfortunately, management often lip-syncs the Top 20 song, "We Believe In Project Management Magic," but doesn't mean a word of it.
When faced with getting the project done or following sound project management practices, it comes down to getting the project done, period. In the esoteric world of the Project Management Cost, Schedule, Performance (CSP) Triangle, this is known as "schedule constrained." In other words, the project schedule becomes all important to management. When pressed, the project plan goes out the window with the bath water
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