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The schedule for the project is never based on the amount of work to be done. In my experience, it's based on some kind of external factor. We have a competitive need. We have a customer need. We have a corporate announcement. We're going public. There's some sort of market-driven need for whatever this solution is. - Linda Hayes

January 25, 2004 10:56 AM


(January 26, 2004 02:24 PM #)

Since the time-frame for a project is rarely based on the scope, then scope should be adjusted to fit the time-frame, but that rarely happens in (non-xp) project planning.

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