The project manager is completing the procurement management plan and will then move on to the next procurement management process. Which of the following are the outputs of the next process?
The work specified in the procurement statement of work is completed on a project. However, the customer is not happy because she wants additional work to be completed. In light of this, what should be done?
During the identification of risks on your project, you have determined there is a very high probability of conflict among the team during project executing over one aspect of the final design of the project. Which of the following is an example of mitigating the impact of the risk to the project?
After much negotiation with stakeholders, you have drafted a project scope statement. Your subject matter experts have identified risks as they outlined deliverables and the needed work to complete them. Your next major deliverable is a project schedule. Because of the strict time constraints imposed on the project by the sponsor, you want to consider all relevant information when creating the schedule. All of the following are inputs to the Develop Schedule process except:
The organization has grown rapidly in the last two years. Many employees have been given project management responsibilities to help the organization reach the objectives established for the next 12 months. The staff of the PMO has been trained on their role in managing the projects. With all the staff additions, there is disagreement over the best approach to complete a project. In the company's monthly training session, the PMO staff will be clarifying the approach. They have started to outline how to present the information and have agreed on the following: The project management processes can be categorized into five groups. These process groups are linked by the results they produce. The outputs of one often become the inputs to another. What is the most appropriate sequence of the five project management process groups?
You are managing a project on which considerable negotiations will be involved. You are confident that these negotiations will go well and that all agreements will be finalized into formal, written contracts. When you are engaged in negotiations, nonverbal communication skills are of:
When checking the calendar of a team member to schedule a meeting, you see she has scheduled a meeting with a key stakeholder that you were not informed of. This stakeholder has been vocal in her concern that her requirements for the project have been ignored and that she doesn't think you are a good project manager. You know that the stakeholder and the team member are friends outside of the organization and their children are in school together. There is a PMO policy in the organization that the project manager is to be informed of, and invited to, all project-related meetings. This is a functional organization that has struggled with communications and stakeholder participation. You have heard that the team member thinks the PMO policy regarding notifying and inviting the project manager is intrusive and slows down the interaction with stakeholders, and that project managers are not available because of multiple projects and too many meetings. She doesn't feel trusted, and is frustrated. Her complaints have been reported to other departmental leaders, and the PMO has been asked to review the policy. The best approach would be to: