Analyze the triple-constraints relationship among the project scope, cost, schedule, and quality.

Assignment 1: DiscussionBefore beginning work on this weeks discussion forum, please review the link Doing Discussion Questions Right, the expanded grading rubric for the forum, and any specific instructions for this weeks topic.By Saturday, August 15, 2015, respond to the assigned discussion questions and submit your responses to the appropriate topic in this Discussion Area.Respond to the assigned questions using the lessons and vocabulary found in the reading.Project with No Direction: Scenario:A major national insurer decided to evolve new business development practices. The project to implement this idea started in 2000 and was led by a succession of key senior vice presidents (VPs) as part of their executive growth. Twelve years later, the organization had still not finished with its stated purpose due to changing requirements, new ideas, a succession of leaders, and executive ambivalence. This effort had all the appearance of a major strategic initiativethree hundred people, a war room with a great storyboard, and lots of spokespersons. Key staff members were quick to extol the great progress made. However, when the new CEO asked, Why are we doing this? there was no coherent answer.Result: Within days, the entire program was scrapped. In less than a week, the project offices were vacant and phone calls went unanswered. When the project died, no one noticed except the executives who had been the project advocates. They were out of a job.Explain the root cause of this situation. There was a huge disconnect between project management and the organizational strategy and strategic direction in this scenario. If so, how could this gap have been bridged?Analyze the triple-constraints relationship among the project scope, cost, schedule, and quality. If quality is held constant and the scope is widened, what will happen to the cost and schedule?Explain a WBS created for a project you have worked on. Was a WBS created for a project you have worked on? If so, did the team refer to the WBS while sequencing work and creating a risk plan? What was the outcome? If not, describe how the team determined tasks and sequencing. Evaluate the outcome. Cite additional challenges to a project that might result from poor work breakdown practices.The final paragraph (three or four sentences) of your initial post should summarize the one or two key points that you are making in your initial response.Justify your answers with examples and reasoning. Comment on the postings and views of at least two peers.Your posting should be the equivalent of 1 to 2 pages (5001000 words) in length