Mar 302012

We often talk, within the world of system development, about the “prioritization triangle” where the work to be done should be prioritized in respect to the three aspects time, quality and cost. If ambition is changed within one of these areas it will have an impact on the other two. I buy in to this way of reasoning. It’s a relevant and useful tool in situations where a stakeholder is demanding that all areas should receive the highest level of priority and you need to explain that there are consequences in the choices made.

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