Within Project Management, the triple constraint is an important concept. The Scope of the project, the Time required to complete the project, and the total Cost of the project creates the triple constraint. The triple constraint theory states you cannot change one of the constraints without affecting the other.
This post is a series of posts where we will take a look at the triple constraint. The posts will take a look at each of the triple constraints and see how one affects the other two. At the end of the series, we will take a look at quality. Quality sits in the middle of the triple constraint and is affected by any constraint changes.