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"1. A project is:

A. A set of sequential activities performed in a process or system.
B. A revenue-generating activity that needs to be accomplished while achieving customer satisfaction.
C. An ongoing endeavor undertaken to meet customer or market requirements.
D. A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result."

Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.
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"1. A project is:

A. A set of sequential activities performed in a process or system.
B. A revenue-generating activity that needs to be accomplished while achieving customer satisfaction.
C. An ongoing endeavor undertaken to meet customer or market requirements.
D. A temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result."

Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.
" Project management is:


A. The integration of the critical path method and the Earned Value Management system.
B. The application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements.
""C. The application of knowledge, skills, wisdom, science, and art to organizational activities to achieve operational excellence.
D. A subset of most engineering and other technical disciplines.

Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.
3. Managing a project typically includes:

A. Balancing the competing project constraints, which include scope, quality, schedule, budget, resources, and risks.
B. Integrating requirements of profitability, low cost, and legal responsibility.
C. Implementation of software, hardware, and other systems to enhance organizational efficiency.
D. Supporting human factors, communications, discipline, and performance management."

Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.
3. Answer: A.
PMBOK® Guide, page 6, Section 1.3
Managing a project typically includes, but is not limited to:
• Identifying requirements;
""• Addressing the various needs, concerns, and expectations of the stakeholders in planning and executing the project;
• Setting up, maintaining, and carrying out communications among stakeholders that are active, effective, and collaborative in nature;
• Managing stakeholders towards meeting project requirements and creating project deliverables;
• Balancing the competing project constraints, which include, but are not limited to:
Scope,
Quality,
Schedule,
Budget,
Resources, and
Risks.
The specific project characteristics and circumstances can influence the constraints on which the project management team needs to focus."

Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.

Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.
"Portfolio management refers to:

A. Managing various contents of the project file."
"B. Managing the levels of financial authority to facilitate project decision making.
C. The centralized management of one or more portfolios to achieve strategic objectives.
D. Applying resource-leveling heuristics across all the organization's projects to achieve the organization's strategic objectives.
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Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.
"4. Answer: C.
PMBOK® Guide, page 10, Section 1.4.2
Portfolio Management
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Portfolio management refers to the centralized management of one or more portfolios to achieve strategic objectives. Portfolio management focuses on ensuring that projects and programs are reviewed to prioritize resource allocation, and that the management of the portfolio is consistent with and aligned to organizational strategies.





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"5. Project success is measured by:
A. Product and project quality, timeliness, budget compliance, and degree of customer satisfaction.
B. Degree to which the project satisfies its time and budget objectives.
C. The triple constraints of schedule, cost, and technical performance.
D. Degree to which the project satisfies the needs for which it was undertaken and its long-term contribution to aggregate performance of the organization's portfolio"

Excerpt From: Project Management Institute. "Q & As for the PMBOK Guide - Fifth Edition." iBooks.