Building A Project Management Process

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There are many different aspect that will have key roles in the project management process. The presence of triple constraint will impact the project process. The relationship between the project scope, cost, and time will determine what changes will be implemented. These factors also impact the quality of the project and the knowledge of this will aid in the decision making process. The initial planning process of a construction project will be examined. A statement of need, goals and objectives, the stakeholders and project requirements, and project scope must be outlined. All of these areas will aid in the initiation and planning phase of the project. To ensure a smooth completion a project manager must understand the constraints involved and the development of the initial plan of the project. Triple Constraints in Project Management During the project management process the triple constraints of scope, cost, and time play a key role. The project manager must work to control corporate resources within the constraints of time, cost, and scope (Kerzner, 2013, p.845). A scope of the project consists of the planning process that outlines all of the work that must be done to complete the project (South University Online, Scope section, 2016, para. 2). The scope of a project can become a constraint if an unplanned issue occurs that creates more work. For example, if an individual is replacing their window. The scope of the project only involves the labor need to
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