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Can a Constraint also be a deliverable?

 
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martiny
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 8:57 pm    Post subject: Can a Constraint also be a deliverable? Reply with quote

for example..

I am doing a case study where " all work must be done out of hours so as not to disrupt the business".

I see this as a Constraint AND a Deliverable.

Is this possible and am I right?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 1:30 pm    Post subject: Re: Can a Constraint also be a deliverable? Reply with quote

martiny wrote:
for example..

I am doing a case study where " all work must be done out of hours so as not to disrupt the business".

I see this as a Constraint AND a Deliverable.

Is this possible and am I right?


Allow me to say Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

IMHO, this is a "word riddle".

We may argue that ---

The project should be completed with a budget of 500k, but the project is to earn a net profit of 1M. So if we earn 1.5M, we could change the budget of 1M? Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

From the view point of "management" and "control", (PRINCE!), it is not allowed ! Otherwise there is no measurement ! (How we could do PPR?)

In this case, we shall "think" the "money" as separate entities.



BTW,

In PRINCE2, we use "products" rather than "deliverables".
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 7:19 pm    Post subject: Re: Can a Constraint also be a deliverable? Reply with quote

alfred wrote:


In PRINCE2, we use "products" rather than "deliverables".


This strikes me as strange because I downloaded the templates from Prince2.com, and the Project Brief has a section for "outline Project Deliverables"
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2005 3:56 am    Post subject: Re: Can a Constraint also be a deliverable? Reply with quote

martiny wrote:
alfred wrote:


In PRINCE2, we use "products" rather than "deliverables".


This strikes me as strange because I downloaded the templates from Prince2.com, and the Project Brief has a section for "outline Project Deliverables"


Really?

They are not ... quite "familiar" with PRINCE2 then ...

OGC never uses management deliverables, ...

The terms - Deliverables are used in PMBok rather than PRINCE2!
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