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5 Matching questions

  1. Secondary Risks
  2. Project Life Cycle
  3. Proposals
  4. Bottom-up Estimating
  5. Identify Stakeholders
  1. a Risks that arise as a direct result of implementing a risk response.
  2. b Collection of generally sequential project phases.
  3. c A method of estimating a component of work. The work is decomposed into more detail. An estimate is prepared of what is needed to meet the requirements of each of the lower, more detailed pieces of work. These estimates are then aggregated into a total quantity for the component of work.
  4. d Seller prepared documents that describe the seller's ability and willingness to provide the requested product.
  5. e The process of identifying all people or organizations impacted by the project and documenting relevant information regarding their interests, involvement, and impact on project success.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. It shortens the project schedule without changing the project scope, in order to meet schedule constraints, imposed dates, or other schedule objectives. -. This technique includes crashing and fast tracking.
  2. Risk Audits examine and document the effectiveness of risk responses in dealing with identified risks and their root causes, as well as the effectiveness of the risk management process.
  3. The expected total cost of a schedule activity , a work breakdown structure component, or the project when the defined scope of work will be completed.
  4. 1. Operations do not have any timelines. Projects are temporary and have finite time duration. 2. Operation's objective is usually to sustain the business. Project's objective is to achieve the target and close the project.
  5. Action taken to bring a defective or nonconforming item into compliance with requirements or specifications. It is a frequent cause of project overruns in most application areas.

5 True/False questions

  1. Control ChartsFactors that will limit the project management team's options (e.g., a predefined budget)

          

  2. Project Human Resource ManagementIncludes the processes that organize, manage, and lead the project team.

          

  3. ForecastingAn organizational placement strategy where the project team members are physically located close to one another in order to improve communication, working relationships, and productivity.

          

  4. Perform Quality ControlDocumentation resulting from project activities. These files may also maintain records of other projects that are detailed enough to aid in developing cost estimates.

          

  5. Technical performance measurementOrganize and summarize the information gathered, and present the results of any analysis as compared to the performance measurement baseline. Reports should provide status and progress of the project at the required level of detail.