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Running head: NAVY FIGHTER AIRCRAFT 1 Navy Fighter Aircraft En-Chi, Kang Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
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NAVY FIGHTER AIRCRAFT 2 Navy Fighter Aircraft In the scenario, the tail hook systems on the new-delivered aircraft are not reliable. The systems failed to connect to the arresting barrier several times causing near catastrophic accidents. Moreover, the Navy has decided to refused delivery of any aircraft until the tail hook system was improved. Apparently, it was a critical problem for the aircraft manufacturer, since the failure of the tail hook system can not only be a great loss of revenue but also can damage the manufacturer’s reputation. Irrefutably, there were definitely some issues in the project management and the project manager needs to solve these problems. What would be the project manager’s most important concern in balancing time, quality, and cost? Explain why. Jason (2018) stated that the project management triangle includes three aspects “cost”, “quality (scope)” and “time”. In the first place, “cost” means the financial constraints of a project, also known as the project budget (Jason, 2018). In the second place, the “quality” indicates the tasks required to fulfill the project’s goals (Jason, 2018).
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