Project time management refers to a component of overall project management in which a timeline is analyzed and developed for the completion of a project or deliverable.
The project time management process is dynamic and may require input from several different teams each with individual project time management process in order to integrate the various interdependent component parts of the project to achieve the project deliverable(s).
Project cost management is keeping your project within its defined budget. It is also an essential part of project management.
Cost estimating, cost budgeting, and cost control are three cost related processes that interact with each other and with other areas of project management. All of these processes require effort and a working knowledge of the cost of things.
Quality means meeting the needs of customers. This is also known as "fit for use." This definition also implies that the requirements of the project have been met.
There are three key quality management concepts that need to be delivered to characterise a high quality project: Customer Satisfaction, Prevention over Inspection and Continuous Improvement.