5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- waterfall development
- reporting structure
- risk assessment
- functional lead
- scope creep
- a person assigned to manage a group of analysts
- b when new requirements are added to the project after the original project scope was defined and "frozen"
- c analysts and users proceed sequentially from one phase to the next.
- d 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
- e a document that tracks potential risks along with an evaluation of the likelihood of the risk and its potential impact on the project.
5 Multiple choice questions
- sets a fixed deadline for a project and delivers the system by that deadline no matter what, even if functionality needs to be reduced
- who will use the system, what will the system do, where and when it will be used, and analysis current operations and develop the concept for new operations
- result of totaling of assessments on end-user efficiency, re-usability and data communications
- total that comes from all function points when calculated out
- important dates or deadlines
5 True/False questions
motivation "don'ts" → 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
interpersonal skills → skills that people possess that involve the ability to communicate and work with business users, senior management executives, and other team members
function point approach → more accurate three-step process for determining estimated size of new system.
task dependencies → when a task can not be performed until another task is completed
4 steps to project management → process of assessing and addressing the risks that are associated with developing a project