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In which organizational form do we usually have the best balance among the time, cost and performance constraints on a project?

What organizational form (structure) provides the best balance to support the triple constraints of a project (scope/time/cost)?

If possible, couple your answer with a proven research (don't just give me the name of an organizational structure).
asked 8 years ago by anonymous edited 8 years ago by MaplePM

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I don't see how a specific organizational structure can balance the project's triple constraints. Organizational structures have little influence over balancing the triple constraints. The question should've been which organizational structure is best for balancing the resources across projects, and the answer to this question is the projectized organization (read more about it here: http://www.projectmanagementquestions.com/160/what-is-a-projectized-organization )
answered 8 years ago by MaplePM (46,940 points)
Projectized organizations for certain, as the project manager is best supported to manage the project and the organization likely has support systems and resources in place to optimize projects.
answered 8 years ago by sdcapmp (45,840 points)

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