Task A is delayed and will not be completed on time. Starting Task B prior to Task A completing is an example of:

Last Updated on August 11, 2021 by Admin 3

Task B is not planned to start until Task A is completed. Task A is delayed and will not be completed on time. Starting Task B prior to Task A completing is an example of:

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  • Crashing
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