Which quality control technique illustrates the 80/20 principle?
Which type of dependency is contractually required or inherent in the nature of the work?
One of the objectives of a quality audit is to:
An input of the Create WBS process is:
Which of the following are an enterprise environmental factor that can influence the Identify Risks process?
Which is one of the determining factors used to calculate CPI?
The probability and impact matrix is primarily used to:
What happens to a stakeholder's project influence over time?
The process improvement plan details the steps for analyzing processes to identify activities which enhance their:
Which process is responsible for monitoring the status of the project and product scope and managing changes to the scope baseline?
The project management processes are usually presented as discrete processes with defined interfaces, while in practice they:
Risk responses reflect an organization's perceived balance between:
Which risk response strategy is common for both positive and negative risks?
Which of the following are three inputs to the risk register?
A tool and technique used during the Define Scope process is:
Which of the following is an input to the Develop Project Charter process?
The contract in which the seller is reimbursed for all allowable costs for performing the contract work and then receives a fee based upon achieving certain performance objectives is called a:
Which type of diagram includes groups of information and shows relationships between factors, causes, and objectives?
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?
The processes required to establish the scope of the project, refine the objectives, and define the course of action required to attain the objectives that the project has been undertaken to achieve are grouped within which Process Group?
How should a stakeholder who is classified as high power and low interest be grouped in a power/interest grid during stakeholder analysis?
Enterprise environmental factors are an input to which process?
An output of the Validate Scope process is:
Which Process Group and Knowledge Area include the Sequence Activities process?
A project manager is appointed full-time to a project and is given full-time administrative staff and full-time project team members. This situation describes which type of organizational structure?
A logical relationship in which a successor activity cannot start until a predecessor activity has finished is known as:
An input to the Manage Project Team process is:
An input to Conduct Procurements is:
The process of estimating the type and quantity of material, human resources, equipment, or supplies required to perform each activity is known as:
Risk categorization is a tool or technique used in which process?
The basis of identification for current or potential problems to support later claims or new procurements is provided by:
Organizational theory is a tool used in which Project Human Resource Management process?
The ways in which the roles and responsibilities, reporting relationships, and staffing management will be addressed and structured within a project is described in the:
Which quality management and control tool is useful in visualizing parent-to-child relationships in any decomposition hierarchy that uses a systematic set of rules that define a nesting relationship?
The Perform Integrated Change Control process occurs in which Process Group?
A large portion of a projects budget is typically expended on the processes in which Process Group?
The planned work contained in the lowest level of work breakdown structure (WBS) components is known as:
An input to the Plan Cost Management process is:
An input to the Identify Stakeholders process is:
An input to Close Project or Phase is:
Which input to the Identify Stakeholders process provides information about internal or external parties related to the project?
An input to the Plan Stakeholder Management process is:
Cost baseline is an output of which of the following processes?
Which of the following consists of the detailed project scope statement and its associatedWBSand WBS dictionary?
What is one of the objectives of Project Risk Management?
What is the name of the statistical method that helps identify which factors may influence specific variables of a product or process under development or in production?
What tool and technique is used to determine whether work and deliverables meet requirements and product acceptance criteria?
A procurement management plan is a subsidiary of which other type of plan?
Which of the following techniques is used during Control Scope?
What type of project structure is a hierarchically organized depiction of the resources by type?
An input of the Control Schedule process is the:
The formal and informal interaction with others in an organization industry, or professional environment is known as:
What is the function of a Project Management Office (PMO)?
Which action should a project manager take to ensure that the project management plan is effective and current?
An input to the Create WBS process is a:
At which point of the project is the uncertainty the highest and the risk of failing the greatest?
Information collected on the status of project activities being performed to accomplish the project work is known as what?
Which type of manager is assigned by the performing organization to lead the team that is responsible for achieving the project objectives?
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?
The process of formalizing acceptance of the completed project deliverables is known as:
The scope of a project cannot be defined without some basic understanding of how to create the specified:
What is an objective of the Develop Project Team process?
Which is a tool or technique used in Define Scope?
What is the schedule performance index (SPI) using the following data? BAC = $100,000 PV = $50,000 AC = $80,000 EV = $40,000
Which type of agreement is legal, contractual, and between two or more entities to form a partnership, joint venture, or some other arrangement as defined by the parties?
Which written document helps monitor who is responsible for resolving specific problems and concerns by a target date?
Which type of chart is a graphic representation of a process showing the relationships among process steps?
Which is a communication method used in the Report Performance process?
How many Project Management Process Groups are there?
Lessons learned documentation is gathered during which of the following Project Management Process Groups?
The process of monitoring the status of the project to update project progress and manage changes to the schedule baseline is:
Which of the following statements is true regarding project and product lifecycles?
The PV is $1000, EV is $2000, and AC is $1500. What is CPI?
In which type of organizational structure are staff members grouped by specialty?
Which of the following strategic considerations often results in project authorization?
Which of the following outputs from the Control Schedule process aids in the communication of schedule variance (SV), schedule performance index (SPI), or any performance status to stakeholders?
What is the responsibility of the project manager and the functional manager respectively?
Which can be used to determine whether a process is stable or has predictable performance?
Which of the following Process Groups covers all nine Project Management Knowledge Areas?
Managing procurement relationships and monitoring contract performance are part of which process?
The project scope statement and resource calendars are inputs to which Project Time Management process?
What does a CPI value greater than 1.0 indicate?
The process of identifying the stakeholders' information needs is completed during:
Which of the following is the primary output of the Identify Risks process?
Perform Integrated Change Control is the process of:
Grouping the stakeholders based on their level of authority and their level of concern regarding project outcomes describes which classification model for stakeholder analysis?
A project manager who communicates to the project team though email is using which type of communication?
The degree, amount, or volume of risk that an organization or individual will withstand is called risk:
The primary benefit of the Plan Schedule Management process is that it:
The zero duration of milestones in project planning occurs because milestones:
A tool and technique used in the Develop Project Charter process is:
Technical capability, past performance, and intellectual property rights are examples of:
An intentional activity to modify a nonconforming product or product component is called:
The most appropriate project life cycle model for an environment with a high level of change and extensive stakeholder involvement in projects is:
When painting a bedroom, preparing the walls can be done while the paint is being chosen. This is an example of a:
Which change request is an intentional activity that realigns the performance of the project work with the project management plan?
Which key interpersonal skill of a project manager is defined as the strategy of sharing power and relying on interpersonal skills to convince others to cooperate toward common goals?
Activity cost estimates and the project schedule are inputs to which Project Cost Management process?
The purpose of the Project Communications Management Knowledge Area is to:
Which output is the approved version of the time-phased project budget?
The Project Human Resource Management process that involves confirming human resource availability and obtaining the team necessary to complete project activities is:
Which quality tool incorporates the upper and lower specification limits allowed within an agreement?
Project Stakeholder Management focuses on:
An input to the Perform Integrated Change Control process is:
Which Perform Quality Assurance tool or technique is used to identify a problem, discover the underlying causes that lead to it, and develop preventative actions?