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Agile Tetrahedron move above the PM Triangle for Value

by David Koontz, 7 March 2014 | The Agile Blogosphere

This post is from Agile Complexification Inverter by David Koontz. Click here to see the original post in full.

Agile Tetrahedron - ver 1
Who can explain the classic Project Management Triangle?  I've found that everyone has heard of it and uses it fairly well in a sentence. But when it comes to actually explaining the analogy to the triangle the struggles begin.  Some call it the iron triangle - as if nothing can stretch or shrink it's features once set.  I created a plastic triangle that was adjustable to illustrate the nature of negotiation of each of the sides.


I want to move beyond the classic three variable problem of the project (scope, schedule & cost) and envision a model that describe the value that a project represents while maintaining the constraint relationship that these classic triangular relationships represent.  Enter the Tetrahedron - a platonic solid.  The tetrahedron has four...

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