5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- motivation "don'ts"
- interpersonal skills
- waterfall development
- function point
- planning stage approach
- a skills that people possess that involve the ability to communicate and work with business users, senior management executives, and other team members
- b analysts and users proceed sequentially from one phase to the next.
- c 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
- d a measure of program size that is based on systems number of inputs, outputs, queries, files, and program interfaces
- e way to estimate project time frame that is based on industry standard percentages
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- person assigned to manage a group of analysts
- Planning, Analysis, Design, Implementation
- a document that lists the projects norms and ground rules
- structure that is designed for a team, ideally kept at 8 to 10 people per team - so often sub teams are created and report through this structure
5 True/False Questions
technical lead → person who oversees the progress of a group of programmers and more technical staff memebers
work breakdown structure → structure that is designed for a team, ideally kept at 8 to 10 people per team - so often sub teams are created and report through this structure
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.
scope creep → a document that lists the projects norms and ground rules
Planning → sets a fixed deadline for a project and delivers the system by that deadline no matter what, even if functionality needs to be reduced