Imagine that you are a project manager, and your project schedule indicates that the work to be completed by a critical resource will not be finished in time to meet a predetermined release date for the resource in question. Determine your options and potential trade-offs. Support your response and rationale with real-world examples of the chosen options and trade-offs in use
Considering project scope, project cost, and project schedule, describe one (1) type of contract for which the project manager would most likely allow cost overruns to occur, and prepare a real-world example that illustrates that type of contract
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xxxx a project schedule xxxxxxxxx that xxxx to xx xxxxxxxxx xx x xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx may not xx xxxxxxxx xx time to meet a predetermined release xxxxx x project manager has to employ the xxx of trade xxxx x trade xxx xx referred to xx x decrease xx one xx xxxx xxxxxxxx so as xx maximize total returns. Time, xxxxxxxx xxx cost trade-offs xxx xx xxxx so xx xx xxx the project xxxx on xxxxx xxxxxxxxx& Mantel xxxxxx
An overlapping xxxxxxxx may also xx used to ensure xxxx some tasks xxx concurrently xx xxxxxxx xx running xx xxxxxxxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx in saving xxx much-needed xxxxx For instance, xxxxxxx xx xxxxxx meetings xxxxx time a task is completed xx that xx can xx assessed, the meeting xxx xx held xxxx once after xxx the tasks have been finalized. xxxx xx x quality-time xxxxx xxx where the xxxxxxx xx xxx project xx compromised xxx the xxxx xx xxxxxx time.
The project xxx xxxxxxx xxxxx xxxxxxxxx so xx
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