All projects run into problems and knowing how to mitigate these is key. At any given time a project only has four variables:
Extending a deadline, going live with work to be completed after then or delaying launch. Time is often the most effective variable to maintain quality and scope.
If time, quality and scope are issues then more investment is a good solution. Buy more development time and you will reap the rewards.
Usually never something to compromise on, but getting something live and then tweaking it can often have hidden benefits, especially if you have a fixed deadline.
Accepting a reduced scope can often save you money and time, especially if you have a lot of ‘nice to haves’.
Understanding and agreeing these up front is key to a good project.
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