5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- interpersonal skills
- total unadjusted function points
- motivation "don'ts"
- technical skills
- a skills that people possess that are important for working on a technical task
- b assign unrealistic deadlines, ignore good efforts, create a low-quality product, give everyone on the project a raise, make an important decision without the team's input, maintain poor working conditions
- c skills that people possess that involve the ability to communicate and work with business users, senior management executives, and other team members
- d important dates or deadlines
- e total that comes from all function points when calculated out
5 Multiple choice questions
- the attraction that members feel to the group and to other members
- why should an IS be built and how will the project team go about building it
- more accurate three-step process for determining estimated size of new system.
- way to estimate project time frame that is based on industry standard percentages
- estimate system size (function points and lines of code), estimate efforts required (persons-months), estimate time required (months)
5 True/False questions
function point → a measure of program size that is based on systems number of inputs, outputs, queries, files, and program interfaces
% of time in planning phase (industry std.) → 35%
work breakdown structure → a list of tasks hierarchically numbered according to high level tasks and broken down to sub-tasks
functional lead → a measure of program size that is based on systems number of inputs, outputs, queries, files, and program interfaces
task dependencies → a document that tracks potential risks along with an evaluation of the likelihood of the risk and its potential impact on the project.