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Your action plan is already good, but there are a couple of other things you may want to consider. Firstly, be very transparent about how you are prioritising. Make your approach to the cost/benefit analysis public and share it widely. This will help when the inevitable questions arise about your priority order. Secondly, you may want to consider a cull ...


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Although I support what Todd wrote, there is more under the surface than above. So my answer based on my experience as a program director is as followe. The "golden" triangle is a myth (yes its there on an economic/math basis) but we are talking about social systems here.So as Todd pointed out you will have no chance to succeed on the given parameters. ...


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Increase Resources or Set Expectations Lower I'm not sure what your actual question is, because from a project management perspective you have only three core sliders (also known as the "iron triangle") that you can adjust: Cost Schedule Scope What you seem to be talking about is scope management as the adjustable slider, which you can tune to accommodate ...


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Since I am simultaneously a project manager and a seasoned software developer, I will comment here: I also believe that this task might have been assigned to you – as a junior developer – partly to expose you to the differences. They're asking you to familiarize yourself, and then recommend. And the first thing they're going to then smile and ask you is, "...


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