At some point in planning, the question of feasability has to be answered. Having established earlier, through market research or otherwise, that the project is worth doing, the question then is can it be done. Will it be possible to realise the declared aims and objectives of the project within the agreed critical constraints of time, budget/resources and production values? After team consultation, a feasability report may be drawn up by the project manager detailing exactly what needs to be done to realise the project objectives. As a result of this report and further discussion, either the project aims and objectives may end up being modified or adjustments may be made to the project's critical constraints or the project is decided not to be feasable and is dropped.