Just-In-Time PM #6: Evolving Deliverables

In Part 5, I introduced The Iron Triangle of Project Management and the idea that any given deliverable can be reduced or expanded in scope at any time.

How should you use this newfound ability? You should use it to:

  1. Get started
  2. Maintain momentum
  3. Test assumptions

1. GET STARTED

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