1) You conflict with another project manager over a resource you share. She is the daughter of your CEO. Who should determine which projects merits more resource time?
2) You’re training a new project manager who doesn’t see the difference between projects and operations. What is the main difference you’d point out to him?
3) Your project sponsor has asked for cost estimates for the installation, maintenance, and customer support for a piece of software your team is designing. What is he really asking for?
4) A key member of your project has resigned. Luckily, you’re able to tell your manager, after you’ve already replaced the lost resource. You’re most likely working in what type of project organization?
5) You’re the construction project manager tasked with building a new shopping mall. The discovery of a rare salamander has resulted in new environmental laws, which will impact your project scope. What should you do?
6) If you’re in the process of leading, performing work as defined in the Project Management plan, and implementing approved changes to meet project objectives, which process are you engaged in?
7) You thought this project would never end, but you’re finally in the process of closing it. Unfortunately, there were both schedule and cost overruns. What should you do?
8) Tools and techniques for Perform Integrated Change Control include:
9) To analyze project performance over time, project manager Susan has chosen to review:
10 ) The project charter serves many functions. Which of these is not one of them?
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