statement of work
A(n) ____ is a document that describes the products or services to be created by the project team.
functional organizational structure
Project managers have the least amount of authority in a pure ____.
Project ____ management is an overarching function that affects and is affected by all of the other knowledge areas.
The ____ section of the project plan should describe the major project functions and activities and identify those individuals who are responsible for them.
Work performance information
Which of the following is an important input to the integrated change control process?
____ results in supporting detail to document important product information as well as assumptions and constraints related to specific activities.
Information Technology Strategy Planning
In the ____ stage, organizations tie information technology strategy to mission and vision of organization and identify key business areas.
The ____ provide(s) schedule-related information about each activity, such as predecessors, successors, logical relationships, leads and lags, resource requirements, constraints, imposed dates, and assumptions related to the activity.
What works on one project may not work on another, so it is essential for project managers to continue to develop their knowledge and ____ in managing projects.
The project integration management knowledge area maps to the ____ process group through the activities of developing project charters.
Tracking Gantt chart
Project managers often illustrate progress with a ____ showing key deliverables and activities.
Developing the project management plan
____ involves coordinating all planning efforts to create a consistent, coherent document.
In a ____ relationship, the "from" activity cannot start until the "to" activity is started.
The Project Management ____, a Web site for people involved in project management, provides an alphabetical directory of more than 300 project management software solutions.
During ____ processes for a new project, the organization recognizes that a new project exists, and completes a project charter as part of this recognition.
According to the Standish Group study describing what factors contribute most to the success of information technology projects, ____ percent of successful projects are led by experienced project managers.
The limitations of scope, time, and cost goals are sometimes referred to as the ____.
In a ____ relationship, the "from" activity must finish before the "to" activity can start.
controlling the schedule
Outputs from ____ include work performance measurements, organizational process assets updates, change requests, project management plan updates, and project document updates.
Of the following constraints, it is most difficult to describe, agree upon, and meet the ____ goal of many projects.
monitoring and controlling
The project procurement management knowledge area maps to the ____ process group through the activity of administering procurements.
Many people are familiar with SWOT analysis—analyzing Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats—which is used to aid in ____.
____ provide(s) a standard format for displaying project schedule information by listing project activities and their corresponding start and finish dates in a calendar format.
A ____ is a meeting held at the beginning of a project so that stakeholders can meet each other, review the goals of the project, and discuss future plans.
the last year of the cash flow
In the mathematical formula for determining the NPV, the variable n is ____.
____ involves identifying and documenting the relationships between project activities.
The ____ approach is best suited to project managers who have vast technical insight and a big-picture perspective.
____ is crucial in information technology projects because once a project team implements a new system, it takes a considerable amount of effort to change the system.
A(n) ____ is a methodology that converts an organization's value drivers, such as customer service, innovation, operational efficiency, and financial performance, to a series of defined metrics.
Many organizations assert that using project management provides advantages, such as ____.
____ involves defining and documenting the features and functions of the products produced during the project as well as the processes used for creating them.
The goal of ____ is to ensure that the project team has complete understanding of all the work they must do as part of the project scope so they can start scheduling the work.
Achieving high performance on projects requires ____, otherwise called human relations skills.
The ____ section of the project management plan describes how to monitor project progress and handle changes.
After discovering WBS items and structure using the ____ technique, you could then translate the information into chart or tabular form.
developing the schedule
The ultimate goal of ____ is to create a realistic project schedule that provides a basis for monitoring project progress for the time dimension of the project.
____ involves reviewing the project charter, requirements documents, and organizational process assets to create a scope statement, adding more information as requirements are developed and change requests are approved.
Critical chain scheduling protects tasks on the critical chain from being delayed by using ____, which consist of additional time added before tasks on the critical chain that are preceded by non-critical-path tasks.