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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Project Management Quiz - 3

1. Providing required quality in the project can be defined as
[A]Conformance to requirements
[B]Gold Plating
[C]Achieving six Sigma
[D]Having Zero defect



2. Initial project definition is required to establish
[A]Project documentation management system
[B]A common understanding among all stakeholders
[C]A basic foundation for project Integration
[D]B&C



3. __________ gives a summary level project definition
[A]Project charter
[B]Scope management plan
[C]Cost management plan
[D]All of the above



4. Project definition does not include
[A]Business Read
[B]Project purpose and description
[C]A summary milestone and budget
[D]Network diagram



5. A high level summary definition of project ensures
[A]Understanding of roles and responsibilities amongst various functional units in achieving project’s requirements
[B] A common understanding of project purpose, requirements, business needs, risk and assumption/constraints
[C]Conflicts arising due to interaction among various functional units will be maximized.
[D]A&B



6. Development of project management plan is
[A]An iterative process
[B]Progressive elaboration process
[C]A rolling wave technique
[D]All of the above



7. Managing plan includes
[A]Development of products, services and results
[B]Development of network diagram for the project.
[C]Integrating approved changes across the entire project.
[D]Hiring human resources for the project.



8. Core functions for the project management integration are
[A]Communication and procurement
[B]Scope and quality
[C]Risk and human resource
[D]All of the above



9. Facilitating functions for the project management integration are
[A]Communication and procurement
[B]Scope and quality
[C]cost and time
[D]All above



10. Corrective action is a documented procedure for executing the project work in order to
[A]Prevent and eliminates occurrence of negative consequences associated with project risk.
[B]Repair and correct defects identified in the project.
[C]Prevent recurrence and eliminates the cause of nonconformities.
[D]Identify the new risks in the project.



11. Preventive action is a documented procedure for executing the project work in order to
[A]Prevent recurrence and eliminates the cause of nonconformities
[B]Repair and correct defects identified in the project.
[C]Prevent and eliminates occurrence of negative consequences associated with project risk.
[D]Identify new risks in the project.



12. Outcomes of a successful management of project execution are
[A]A verified product, services and result which was expected as a delivery from the project.
[B]Implementation of corrective actions, preventive actions and defect repair identified during the project execution.
[C]Updated project documents for lesson learn and improvement activity.
[D]All the above



13. Monitoring includes
[A]Developing the monitoring document
[B]Measurement of project performance data
[C]Accepting the changes
[D]Implementing the changes



14. Control is all about
[A]controlling the deviation
[B]Recommending corrective and preventive actions
[C]controlling changes
[D]All Above



15. Monitoring and control ensures
[A]Project management plan is approved
[B]Documentation management is in place
[C]Project is carried out as per schecdule and in estimated budget and resources as planned
[D]None of the above



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