Beyond the 3 Project Management Constraints - The Agile Kanban Contribution

Traditionally Project Management has identified three constraints that must be managed to achieve success on any project, namely:

  • Time: or the schedule, to meet deadlines and deliver
  • Money: our available budget, and financial resources
  • Scope: extent of work that has to be performed.

Collectively they are known as the Project Management Triangle, and for decades they have been the focal point for the project manager’s efforts.

PMBOK. Visualizing Complexity

Visualizing Complexity. The Project Management Insitute has excelled in examining every single area of the life of a project. And althogh the emphasis has traditionally been Waterfall like projects, their description aids anyone in mapping out the steps of any project, including Agile or Kanban projects. Once we visualize complexity, it's easier to guide our actions.
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