Published on Thursday, June 30, 2011
Constraints, like assumptions, are also documented in the scope statement. These should be updated as you progress through the project to make adjustments to the constraints you've listed, add new ones that may come up along the way, or delete those that are no longer a constraint. Remeber that sometimes you'll find that constraints are also project risks and may need risk response plans.
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