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May 3, 2005

Pick Two: Good, Fast, Cheap

Posted by Brad Abare | Filed under: Business

2005_04_26_GoodFastCheap.jpgThere are three components to every project and, go figure, there just happens to be an ol' business adage to accompany this concept.

From the above words, you can only pick two. You can't have all three. If you want something good and fast, it won't be cheap. If you want something good and cheap, it won't be fast. If you want something fast and cheap, it won't be good.

Keep this simple little principle in mind next time you're planning a project. Here at Personality™, this principle comes in handy when you're trying to get us to work miracles.

Here's a poster (PDF) for your office (thanks to David Adam Edlestein).


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