PMP Quiz 29 September 2018

After the kickoff meeting, two team members engage in a casual conversation about the project objectives and deliverables. It is clear they heard different messages during the meeting. One team member is so adamant that the other team member gives up arguing the point. In talking to the project manager, the second team member confirms that the first team member is mistaken. At this point, what is the best course of action?
  • At the next project meeting, the team member should ask the mistaken team member to describe his interpretation so the project manager can get everyone on the same page.
  • The project manager should send out an email to the team restating the project objectives and deliverables.
  • At the next project meeting, the project manager should spend time reviewing the documented project scope statement for the purpose of identifying this and other false assumptions.
  • The second team member should send the other team member an email describing what he discovered.