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3 Examples of Schedule Feasibility

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Schedule feasibility is the degree to which a deadline for a strategy, plan, project or process is realistic and achievable. The following are illustrative examples.

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A product development team has to launch 3 new products this year from a pool of 28 product candidates. They rank the schedule feasibility of each of the candidates on a scale from easy-to-impossible based on the need to launch within the year.


A German student wants to attend a French university when they graduate high school. They consult with several French language teachers about the feasibility of improving their French to the collegiate level within a year.


A project is in the early planning phases with incomplete scope and no schedule when an executive announces to the world that the project will be completed by May. The project manager promptly informs the executive that this is might be impossible. The executive requests that the project manager make it happen. The project manager responds by conducting a schedule feasibility evaluation based on a list of requirements, out-of-scope items and the May deadline.
Overview: Schedule Feasibility
The degree to which a deadline for a strategy, plan, project or process is realistic and achievable.
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