In the Church Marketing Lab, ‘shawncampbell’ asks the following question:
The concept is simple–There are three choices for any project: budget, timeline, and quality, but only two can be a priority. If it needs to be good and fast, it’ll be expensive. But, if it must be cheap and good, it’ll take a while. Cheap and fast will lack quality.
Can you have all three?
What have your experiences been with this? Have you seen all three work in any situation? Is this a policy worth using, or have you seen it proved otherwise?