An input to the Create WBS process is a:
Which of the following is a tool and technique for Estimate Activity Durations?
Which is a tool or technique used in Define Scope?
Which component of the human resource management plan describes when and how project team members are acquired and how long they will be needed?
Which type of manager is assigned by the performing organization to lead the team that is responsible for achieving the project objectives?
At which point of the project is the uncertainty the highest and the risk of failing the greatest?
What type of reward can hurt team cohesiveness?
What are the formal and informal policies, procedures, and guidelines that could impact how the project's scope is managed?
Which group creativity technique asks a selected group of experts to answer questionnaires and provide feedback regarding the responses from each round of requirements gathering?
Which estimating technique uses the actual costs of previous similar projects as a basis for estimating the costs of the current project?
If the most likely duration of an activity is five weeks, the best-case duration is two weeks, and the worst-case duration is 14 weeks, how many weeks is the expected duration of the activity?
What tool and technique is used to determine whether work and deliverables meet requirements and product acceptance criteria?
The approaches, tools, and data sources that will be used to perform risk management on a project are determined by the:
The Define Scope process is in which of the following Process Groups?
While implementing an approved change, a critical defect was introduced. Removing the defect will delay the product delivery. What is the MOST appropriate approach to managing this situation?
When can pre-assignment of project team members occur?
Which of the following tools or techniques is used for Estimate Activity Durations?
Who, along with the project manager, is supposed to direct the performance of the planned project activities and manage the various technical and organizational interfaces that exist within the project?
What is the name of a graphic display of project team members and their reporting relationships?
Which process includes prioritizing risks for subsequent further analysis or action by assessing and combining their probability of occurrence and impact?
The most commonly used type of precedence relationship in the precedence diagramming method (PDM) is:
A measure of cost performance that is required to be achieved with the remaining resources in order to meet a specified management goal and is expressed as the ratio of the cost needed for finishing the outstanding work to the remaining budget is known as the:
Which technique should a project manager use in a situation in which a collaborative approach to conflict management is not possible?
A large portion of a projects budget is typically expended on the processes in which Process Group?
An input to Conduct Procurements is:
The process of identifying and documenting relationships among the project activities is known as:
The iterative and interactive nature of the Process Groups creates the need for the processes in which Knowledge Area?
The business needs, assumptions, and constraints and the understanding of the customers needs and high-level requirements are documented in the:
An output of the Direct and Manage Project Work process is:
A regression line is used to estimate:
The Plan Stakeholder Management process belongs to which Process Group?
Which Process Group and Knowledge Area include the Sequence Activities process?
The organization's perceived balance between risk taking and risk avoidance is reflected in the risk:
Which tool or technique is used to develop the human resource management plan?
Using values such as scope, cost, budget, and duration or measures of scale such as size, weight, and complexity from a previous similar project as the basis for estimating the same parameter or measurement for a current project describes which type of estimating?
Inputs to the Plan Schedule Management process include:
An input to the Manage Project Team process is:
Which item is a formal proposal to modify any document, deliverable, or baseline?
Which tools or techniques are used in the Plan Schedule Management process?
A key benefit of the Manage Communications process is that it enables:
During which process does a project manager review all prior information to ensure that all project work is completed and that the project has met its objectives?
A temporary endeavor that creates a unique product or service is called a:
A project charter is an output of which Process Group?
Which process in Project Time Management includes reserve analysis as a tool or technique?
Enterprise environmental factors are an input to which process?
The process of estimating the type and quantity of material, human resources, equipment, or supplies required to perform each activity is known as:
Which of the following tools and techniques is used in the Verify Scope process?
Which is an input to the Verify Scope process?
A required input for Create WBS is a project:
Change request status updates are an output of which process?
A project has a current cost performance index (CPI) of 1.25. To date, US$10,000 have been spent on performing the project work. What is the earned value of the work completed to date?
Which of the following is a conflict resolution technique that emphasizes areas of agreement rather than areas of difference?
Monte Carlo is which type of risk analysis technique?
Which of the following is a set of interrelated actions and activities performed to achieve a prespecified product, result, or service?
Which of the following is an example of schedule compression?
Types of internal failure costs include:
Labor, materials, equipment, and supplies are examples of:
What is a deliverable-oriented, hierarchical decomposition of the work to be executed to accomplish the project objectives and create the required deliverables?
Which of the following is an output of the Distribute Information process?
Documented identification of a flaw in a project component together with a recommendation is termed a:
What risk technique is used to quantify the probability and impact of risks on project objectives?
Which of the following project documents is an input to the Control Scope process?
Which is used to solicit proposals from prospective sellers?
Which of the following reduces the probability of potential consequences of project risk events?
Which piece of information is part of the WBS Dictionary?
Which characteristic do projects and operational work share in common?
Which of the following is an input to the Direct and Manage Project Execution process?
In which type of organizational structure are staff members grouped by specialty?
Which type of estimating is used to improve the accuracy of an activity's duration?
The risk response strategy in which the project team acts to reduce the probability of occurrence or impact of a risk is known as:
In a typical project, project managers spend most of their time:
Requirements documentation will typically contain at least:
When closing a project or phase, part of the process may require the use of which type of analysis?
Job satisfaction, challenging work, and sufficient financial compensation are values related to which interpersonal skill?
The degree of uncertainty an entity is willing to take on in anticipation of a reward is known as its risk:
High-level project risks are included in which document?
Stakeholder communication requirements should be included as a component of:
Project managers who lead by example and follow through on the commitments they make demonstrate the key interpersonal skill of:
Specification of both the deliverables and the processes is the focus of:
Which process involves determining, documenting, and managing stakeholders' needs and requirements to meet project objectives?
Which of the Perform Quality Assurance tools and techniques may enhance the creation of the work breakdown structure (VVBS) to give structure to the decomposition of the scope?
An output of the Perform Integrated Change Control process is:
The cost baseline and project funding requirements are outputs of which process in Project Cost Management?
What is the risk rating if the probability of occurrence is 0.30 and the impact if it does occur is moderate (0.20)?
Which Project Time Management process includes bottom-up estimating as a tool or technique?
Which output of Project Cost Management consists of quantitative assessments of the probable costs required to complete project work?
The following chart contains information about the tasks in a project.
Based on the chart, what is the schedule performance index (5PI) for Task 4?
Which items are an output of the Perform Integrated Change Control process?
Which process is conducted from project inception through completion and is ultimately the responsibility of the project manager?
Activity cost estimates and the project schedule are inputs to which Project Cost Management process?
Which change request is an intentional activity that realigns the performance of the project work with the project management plan?
An example of a group decision-making technique is:
Which contract type is least desirable to a vendor?
Which statement about identification and engagement of stakeholders during a project is correct?
Match each dimension of the communications management plan to its corresponding focus.
What communication methods would a project manager use for overall effective project communication?
What tool should a project manager use to efficiently manage project resources?
A new project manager wishes to recommend creating a project management office to senior management. Which statement would the project manager use to describe the Importance of creating the project management office?
In an agile or adaptive environment. when should risk be monitored and prioritized?
At the beginning of an iteration, the team will work to determine how many of the highest-priority items on the backlog list can be delivered within the next iteration. Which of the following activities is done first?
What is the difference between quality metrics and quality measurements?
The procurement requirements for a project include working with several vendors. What should the project manager take into consideration during the Project Procurement Management processes?
During the planning phase, a project manager must create a work breakdown structure (WBS) to improve management of the project's components. What should be included in the WBS?
During which process of Project Cost Management does a project manager produce the cost baseline?
Which of the following is an example of facit knowledge?
Which set of competencies should a project manager have?
A project manager is identifying the risks of a project. Which technique should the project manager use?
The Agile principle "welcome changing requirement, even late in development" relates to which agile manifesto?
Recognition and rewards are tools and techniques of which process?
What charts and (igures should project managers use during the Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis process?
Tailoring considerations for project scope management may include:
In an adaptive or agile life cycle, how are the customer and sponsor involved in the project scope management activities?
What is a tailoring consideration in Project Integration Management?
Which of the following is used to classify stakeholders based on their assessments of power, urgency, and legitimacy?
A project has an estimated duration of 10 months with a total budget of US$220,000. At the end of the fifth month, it is estimated that at completion, the project will incur US$250,000. If the actual cost (AC) calculated is US$150,000, what is the earned value (EV) of the project?
Using the three-point estimating technique, if the most likely duration is four months, the optimistic duration is two months, and the pessimistic duration is one year, how many months is the expected activity duration?
Which tool or technique can a project manager use to select in advance a team member who will be crucial to the task?
While preparing the project management plan on a weekly basis, the project manager indicates the intention to provide an issues report to the staff via e-mail. In which part of the plan will this type of information be included?
What are the identified risks for doing excessive decomposition in a WBS?
The staffing management plan is part of the:
Which of the following change requests can bring expected future performance of the project work in line with the project management plan?
Which process requires implementation of approved changes?
Which of the following can be used as an input for Define Scope?
Which of the following is a statistical concept that calculates the average outcome when the future includes scenarios that may or may not happen?
Which of the following are three inputs to the risk register?
Which of the following are an enterprise environmental factor that can influence the Identify Risks process?
The process of identifying specific actions to be performed to produce project deliverables is:
The process improvement plan details the steps for analyzing processes to identify activities which enhance their:
The technique of subdividing project deliverables into smaller, more manageable components until the work and deliverables are defined to the work package level is called:
Which input will be used when tasked with developing the human resource plan?
Funding limit reconciliation is a tool and technique used in which process?
Which of the following is a tool or technique used in the Determine Budget process?
Activity cost estimates are quantitative assessments of the probable costs required to:
Which process is responsible for monitoring the status of the project and product scope and managing changes to the scope baseline?