Please complete both discusions Discussion 1 In his article titled, “The Project Management Triangle – Time, Quality, Cost – you can have any two,” Mike Morrison explores the relationships between the constraints of cost, schedule and quality, which are also known as the “triple constraint.” He observes that you can have: FAST & CHEAP but it won’t be good quality CHEAP & GOOD QUALITY, but it won’t be quick or on time ON TIME and GOOD QUALITY but it cannot be CHEAP He asserts, “Of course, the person paying the bill will want all three. But they cannot. A confident project manager knows this and helps the manager/ stakeholder to understand that you can have 2 but not all three.” (to read more: (https://rapidbi.com/time-quality-cost-you-can-have-any-two/ , retrieved 4/5/2020) “In Faster, Better, Cheaper: Low-Cost Innovation in the U.S. Space Program, Howard E. McCurdy examines NASA's recent efforts to save money while improving mission frequency and performance. McCurdy details the sixteen missions undertaken during the 1990s—including an orbit of the moon, deployment of three space telescopes, four Earth-orbiting satellites, two rendezvous with comets and asteroids, and a test of an ion propulsion engine—which cost less than the sum traditionally spent on a single, conventionally planned planetary mission. He shows how these missions employed smaller spacecraft and cheaper technology to undertake less complex and more specific tasks in outer space. While the technological innovation and space exploration approach that McCurdy describes is still controversial, the historical perspective on its disappointments and triumphs points to ways of developing "faster, better, and cheaper" as a management manifesto.” (https://www.amazon.com/Faster-Better-Cheaper-Low-Cost-Innovation/dp/0801877490, retrieved 4/5/2020) Consider the perspectives shared by these two authors. Can you deliver projects faster, better and cheaper? How do you reconcile the ideas shared by Morrison and McCurdy? Please limit your response to 100 words or less. Discussion 2 You have an idea for smart phone application to find restaurants that provide safe, curbside takeout services. Your application will locate the restaurants, pop-up the menu, take orders, forecast pick-up time and collect payment. How might you model this system for each of the following purposes? Purpose System Model 1 To show your idea to potential teammates 2 To test the functionality of the menu pop-up module 3 To promote the application to prospective customers For this discussion thread, select one purpose from the table above and describe the system model you will use to achieve the purpose. What does it look like? How would you prepare, create or assemble it? Please limit your response to 50 words or less.