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The process of monitoring the status of the project and product scope as well as managing the changes to the scope baseline is known as:
A risk response strategy in which the project team shifts the impact of a threat, together with ownership of the response, to a third party is called:
Which input to the Manage Stakeholder Engagement process provides guidance on how stakeholders can best be involved in a project?
Stakeholder management plan
Which category of contracts are sellers legally obligated to complete, with possible financial damages if the project objectives are not met?
Which process includes prioritizing risks for subsequent further analysis or action by assessing and combining their probability of occurrence and impact?
Perform Qualitative Risk Analysis
Which document includes the project scope, major deliverables, assumptions, and constraints?
Project scope statement
A special type of bar chart used in sensitivity analysis for comparing the relative importance of the variables is called a:
Which of the following is an output of the Perform Integrated Change Control process?
Project document updates
A tool and technique used during the Define Scope process is:
Which risk management strategy seeks to eliminate the uncertainty associated with a particular upside risk by ensuring that the opportunity is realized?
An input to the Collect Requirements process is the:
When does the project team determine which dependencies are discretionary?
During the Sequence Activities process
Which process numerically analyzes the effect of identified risks on overall project objectives?
Perform Quantitative Risk Analysis
Which of the following terms indicates a deliverable-oriented hierarchical decomposition of the project work?
Testing falls into which of the following categories of cost of quality?
The risk management team of a software project has decided that due to the lack of adequate talent in the company, development of a specific part of the system is under high risk, so the team has decided to outsource it. This is an example of which risk response?
Sharing good practices introduced or implemented in similar projects in the organization and/or industry is an example of:
Which tool or technique is used to manage change requests and the resulting decisions?
Change control tools
A method of obtaining early feedback on requirements by providing a working model of the expected product before actually building is known as:
Which enterprise environmental factors may influence Plan Schedule Management?
Resource availability and organizational culture and structure
Which input provides suppliers with a clear set of goals, requirements, and outcomes?
Procurement statement of work
A project lifecycle is defined as:
a collection of generally sequential and sometimes overlapping project phases.
What type of project structure is a hierarchically organized depiction of the resources by type?
Resource breakdown structure (RBS)
The process of defining how the project scope will be validated and controlled is known as:
Plan Scope Management.
An issue log is an input to which Project Human Resource Management process?
Manage Project Team
An input to the Perform Integrated Change Control process is:
the project management plan
Projects are separated into phases or subprojects; these phases include:
feasibility study, concept development, design, and prototype.
An intentional activity to modify a nonconforming product or product component is called:
Which is an input to the Verify Scope process?
Project management plan
When addressing roles and responsibilities,which item ensures that the staff has the skills required to complete project activities?
During which process does the project team receive bids and proposals?
Which Knowledge Area involves identifying the people, groups, or organizations that may be impacted by or impact a project?
Project Stakeholder Management
Which type of analysis is used as a general management technique within the Plan Procurements process?
Make or buy analysis
When large or complex projects are separated into distinct phases or subprojects, all of the Process Groups would normally be:
repeated for each of the phases or subprojects.
What is a tool to improve team performance?
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:
What is the total float of the critical path?
Zero or negative
Which of the following involves making information available to project stakeholders in a timely manner?
A given schedule activity is most likely to last four weeks. In a best-case scenario, the schedule activity is estimated to last two weeks. In a worst-case scenario, the schedule activity is estimated to last 12 weeks. Given these three estimates, what is the expected duration of the activity?
During which process group is the quality policy determined?
Which quality control technique illustrates the 80/20 principle?
The project scope statement and resource calendars are inputs to which Project Time Management process?
Which basic quality tool is most useful when gathering attributes data in an inspection to identify defects?
The process of identifying the stakeholders' information needs is completed during:
Through whom do project managers accomplish work?
Project team members and stakeholders
The initial development of a Project Scope Management plan uses which technique?
Which Project Time Management process includes bottom-up estimating as a tool or technique?
Estimate Activity Resources
Which of the following processes audits the quality requirements and the results from quality control measures to ensure appropriate quality standards and operational definitions are used?
Perform Quality Assurance
Which cost estimate technique includes contingencies to account for cost uncertainty?
Change request status updates are an output of which process?
Perform Integrated Change Control