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  • Srikant Parasar India limits will be placed on the system as budgets, resources and people will play a part in the process.
    2015-01-27 12:01:23

  • olukan olusola Nigeria Like re-budgeting of the production due to challeges.
    2015-01-14 13:01:56

  • Veronica Brown Australia This is also a key stage. Constraints need to be identified, described and understood. Sometimes this will help lead to actions to remove or at least mitigate a constraint, or help to find a way to bypass it. Nonetheless, constraints will exist, and if they are not properly recognized, they will impact in the implementation phase.
    2015-01-11 11:01:25

  • Kester Saturday Nigeria Identifying constraints is a vital part in the planning phase of a new system development
    2015-01-10 08:01:54

  • Ray Haskins United States of America This section tell me to be aware & be able to sniff out what might go wrong or things that might rise a issue later on down the line & surely come up with solution on how to prevent.
    2015-01-06 07:01:31

  • Bonolo Tlale Botswana identifying constraints help solve the many factors which may hinder the nature of system to be modified
    2014-12-30 12:12:02

  • Kwamena Phandoh Ghana GOOD
    2014-12-20 10:12:20

  • Ryan Shuman South Africa limits will be placed on the system as budgets, resources and people will play a part in the process
    2014-12-19 06:12:43

  • Franklin King Liberia projects constraints are mostly identified when projects are implemented
    2014-12-18 17:12:30

  • Thomas Ndungo Lekunze Cameroon Any realistic planning process should integrate the possibility of the unforseen which may restrain the process.These may be budgetary, human resource, logistic and environmental related.
    2014-12-14 13:12:03

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria Good and reasonable it will also help to know how to solve problem as a PM
    2014-12-11 14:12:21

  • Alouis Muguti Zimbabwe Closely related to project potential risks which must be identified before the project kicks off so that countermeasures may be identified in time.There are some constraints which may force project plans to be abandoned altogether
    2014-12-07 21:12:19

  • ESSOTOLOME BODJO China Because we do not live in a perfect world, there will be negative factors limiting the nature of the system to be developed or modified. These constraints might include a fixed budget, necessity for quick implementation, integration and compatibility with existing systems or even issues related to staffing and retraining. Any adverse factors must be taken into account as part of the feasibility study.
    2014-12-01 15:12:40

  • Eric Simbandumwe Rwanda It is good to have a budget for a planned activity and a backup in a case of emergency.
    2014-11-30 12:11:39

  • Zinabie Tadesse Gebremedhin Ethiopia there will be negative factors limiting the nature of the system to be developed or modified. These constraints might include a fixed budget, necessity for quick implementation, integration and compatibility with existing systems or even issues related to staffing and retraining. Any adverse factors must be taken into account as part of the feasibility study.
    2014-11-25 10:11:24

  • Md Shohel Mahmud Bangladesh It is not possible to run a project without problems, those will hamper the project if not solved in order. So these, constraints, are important to take into account for the betterment of the project.
    2014-11-16 07:11:05

    • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya Because we do not live in a perfect world, there will be negative factors limiting the nature of the system to be developed or modified. These constraints might include a fixed budget, necessity for quick implementation, integration and compatibility with existing systems or even issues related to staffing and retraining. Any adverse factors must be taken into account as part of the feasibility study.
      2014-11-16 07:11:12
  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya This is very important in ensuring that the project goes on well without disruptions.
    2014-11-16 05:11:30

  • Janvier Nyandamu Rwanda What are common constraints in many projects?
    2014-11-08 11:11:58

    • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya Money time Failure to involve the stakeholders fully and the society affected by the project at large.
      2014-11-16 05:11:56
  • Caroline Omoro Kenya what negative factors are common in all projects?
    2014-11-07 11:11:38

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya factors that are likely to affect the project negatively should be included during the feasibility study.
    2014-11-07 10:11:39

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