1 Name Chapter 1: Introduction to Project Management Description Instructions Modify Question 1 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Until the 1980s, project management primarily focused on providing schedule and resource data to top management in the military, computer, and construction industries. Question 2 / 0 points Modify Remove Question A research report showed that the U.S. spends $2.3 trillion on projects every year, an amount equal to 40 percent of the nation s gross domestic product. Question 3 / 0 points Modify Remove Question One attribute that helps define a project is that a project has a unique purpose. Question 4 / 0 points Modify Remove Question A project should be developed using progressive elaboration, starting from specific details and broadening in scope as it progresses. Question 5 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Projects are often defined narrowly when they begin. Question 6 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Projects rarely involve uncertainty. Question 7 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Every project is constrained in different ways by its scope and cost goals; these limitations are sometimes referred to in project management as the double constraint. Question 8 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Questions about how long a project s schedule should be are related to the issue of the project s scope. Question 9 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Because projects involve uncertainty and limited resources, projects rarely finish according to discrete scope, time, and cost goals as originally planned. Question 10 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Managing the triple constraint involves making trade-offs between scope, time, and cost goals for a project. Question 11 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Some people refer to the double constraint of project management to include quality and customer satisfaction.
2 Question 12 / 0 points Modify Remove Question In the example of building a new house, the support staff would provide the wood, windows, flooring materials, appliances, and so on. Question 13 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Stakeholders needs and expectations are only important in the beginning of a project. Question 14 / 0 points Modify Remove Question There are six core knowledge areas of project management. Question 15 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Follow-up studies done by the Standish Group showed that the number of failed projects has more than doubled in the past decade. Question 16 / 0 points Modify Remove Question The 2006 Standish Group survey showed that IT project success rates had risen from 16 percent in 1994 to 35 percent in Question 17 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management is the silver bullet that guarantees success on all projects. Question 18 / 0 points Modify Remove Question A key finding of a 2004 study is that relationship management is viewed as a top success factor for information systems in China, while it is not mentioned in U.S. studies. Question 19 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Winners in project delivery know that strong program managers referred to as project leaders are crucial to project success. Question 20 / 0 points Modify Remove Question A program is a group of related projects managed in a coordinated way to obtain benefits and control not available from managing them individually. Question 21 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Program managers are not responsible for coordinating the efforts of project teams, functional groups, suppliers, and operations staff. Question 22 / 0 points Modify Remove Question The job description for a project manager can vary by industry and by organization.
3 Question 23 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Project managers should possess general management knowledge and skills. Question 24 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Project managers must be able to make effective use of technology as it relates to the specific project. Question 25 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Project managers for large information technology projects have to be experts in the field of information technology. Question 26 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Project managers often take on the role of both leader and manager. Question 27 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Today s project managers still draw Gantt charts by hand. Question 28 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Determining the relationships among tasks is not essential in helping to improve project scheduling. Question 29 / 0 points Modify Remove Question New software makes basic tools, such as Gantt charts and network diagrams, inexpensive, easy to create, and available for anyone to update. Question 30 / 0 points Modify Remove Question Many people still use basic productivity software, such as Microsoft Word or Excel, to perform many project management functions. Question 31 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A research report showed that the U.S. spends on projects every year. $2.3 billion $23 billion $2.3 trillion $23 trillion Question 32 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A research report showed that the U.S. spends the equivalent of percent of the nation s gross domestic product on projects every year Question 33 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Many organizations assert that using project management provides advantages, such as. lower profit margins lower costs less internal coordination lower worker morale
4 Question 34 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Because a project requires resources, often from various areas, many projects cross or other boundaries to achieve their unique purposes. financial spatial departmental technological Question 35 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The project usually provides the direction and funding for the project. leader sponsor manager director Question 36 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The limitations of scope, time, and cost goals are sometimes referred to as the. double bind triple constraint double constraint double obstacle Question 37 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question are the people involved in or affected by project activities and include the project sponsor, project team, support staff, customers, users, suppliers, and even opponents of the project. Managers Stakeholders Directors Citizens Question 38 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In the example of the project of building a house, the project sponsors would be the potential. contractors support staff managers new homeowners Question 39 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In the example of the project of building a house, the would normally be the general contractor responsible for building the house. project sponsors project team project manager support staff Question 40 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management involves defining and managing all the work required to complete the project successfully. scope quality time cost Question 41 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management ensures that the project will satisfy the stated or implied needs for which it was undertaken. cost time scope quality Question 42 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management is concerned with making effective use of the people involved with the project. human resource risk communications procurement
5 Question 43 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management involves generating, collecting, disseminating, and storing project information. risk procurement communications resource Question 44 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management is an overarching function that affects and is affected by all of the other knowledge areas. cost quality integration time Question 45 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question What works on one project may not work on another, so it is essential for project managers to continue to develop their knowledge and in managing projects. time resources funding skills Question 46 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to the Standish group, which of the following factors contributes most to the success of information technology projects? Executive support User involvement Experienced project manager Clear business objectives Question 47 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to the Standish Group study describing what factors contribute most to the success of information technology projects, percent of successful projects are led by experienced project managers Question 48 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question All project leaders use a shared road map, focusing on key business aspects of their projects while integrating goals across all parts of the organization describes the best practice for project delivery. Use an integrated toolbox Grow project leaders Develop a streamlined project delivery process Measure project health using metrics Question 49 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question project management software integrates information from multiple projects to show the status of active, approved, and future projects across an entire organization. Investment Active Enterprise Budget Question 50 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A can have many different job descriptions, which can vary tremendously based on the organization and the project. project supervisor project manager job coordinator project coordinator Question 51 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In an interview with two chief information officers (CIOs), both men agreed that the most important project management skills seem to depend on. the difficulty of the project and the resources involved the difficulty of the task and the people involved
6 the uniqueness of the project and the difficulty of the task the uniqueness of the project and the people involved Question 52 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Achieving high performance on projects requires, otherwise called human relations skills. capital skills soft skills light skills hard skills Question 53 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A(n) focuses on long-term goals and big-picture objectives, while inspiring people to reach those goals. assistant programmer leader manager Question 54 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A(n) often deals with the day-to-day details of meeting specific goals. manager leader programmer analyst Question 55 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Some people say that achieve the vision of a project. leaders managers stakeholders supervisors Question 56 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Most people agree that the modern concept of project management began with the. Great Wall of China first space shuttle Egyptian pyramids Manhattan Project Question 57 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The Manhattan Project cost almost $2 billion in Question 58 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In, Henry Gantt developed the famous Gantt chart as a tool for scheduling work in factories Question 59 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A Gantt chart is a standard format for displaying project schedule information by listing project activities and their corresponding start and finish dates in a format. pie chart line graph bar graph calendar Question 60 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question During the Cold War years of the 1950s and 60s, continued to be key in refining several project management techniques. NASA the military
7 steel manufacturing marine biology Question 61 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The longest path through a network diagram that determines the earliest completion of a project is called the path. essential important critical vital Question 62 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question By the, the U.S. military and its civilian suppliers developed software to assist in managing large projects. 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s Question 63 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question was an early project management software product that helped managers analyze complex schedules for designing aircraft. Artemis Columbia Vega Oberlin Question 64 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A PMO, or Project Office, is an organizational group responsible for coordinating the project management function throughout an organization. Management Money Municipal Marketing Question 65 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Many organizations are now using enterprise or project management software to help manage projects. path portfolio institute office Question 66 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question PMI provides certification as a Project Management (PMP), someone who has documented sufficient project experience and education, agreed to follow the PMI code of professional conduct, and demonstrated knowledge of the field of project management by passing a comprehensive examination. Producer Practitioner Professional Professor Question 67 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Just as passing the CPA exam is a standard for accountants, passing the exam is becoming a standard for project managers. PMI PM PMP PMO Question 68 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The Project Management, a Web site for people involved in project management, provides an alphabetical directory of more than 300 project management software solutions. Center Alliance Consortium Facility Question 69 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove
8 Question tools are often recommended for small projects and single users. Low-end Midrange High-end Expensive Question 70 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question tools, sometimes referred to as enterprise project management software, provide robust capabilities to handle very large projects. Low-end Midrange High-end Inexpensive Question 71 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question More than million people regard project management as their profession. 16 sixteen Question 72 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The CHAOS study found that more than percent of information technology projects were canceled before completion. 31 thirty-one Question 73 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question A(n) is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service, or result. project Question 74 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The term refers to work done in organizations to sustain the business. operations Question 75 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question include people, hardware, software, or other assets. Resources Question 76 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The question, What unique product or service does the customer or sponsor expect from the project? is related to the of the project. scope Question 77 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The question, What is the project s budget? is related to the project s. cost Question 78 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The of project management includes quality along with scope, time, and cost. quadruple constraint Question 79 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements. Project management Question 80 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management describe the key competencies that project managers must develop. knowledge areas Question 81 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Project management tools and assist project managers and their teams in carrying out work in all nine knowledge areas. techniques Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove
9 Question 82 Question Gantt charts, project network diagrams, critical path analysis, crashing, fast tracking, and schedule performance measurements are examples of tools and techniques for. time management Question 83 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Companies that excel in project delivery use performance to quantify progress. metrics Question 84 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question refers to the process in which organizations group and manage projects and programs as a portfolio of investments that contribute to the entire enterprise s success. Project portfolio management Portfolio management Question 85 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question skills include effective communication, influencing the organization to get things done, leadership, motivation, negotiation, conflict management, and problem solving. Soft Question 86 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question One reason project managers need good skills is that to understand, navigate, and meet stakeholders needs and expectations, they need to lead, communicate, negotiate, solve problems, and influence the organization at large. soft Question 87 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Some people say that, Managers do things right, and do the right things. leaders Question 88 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question A(n) chart is a standard format for displaying project schedule information. Gantt Question 89 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question As computer hardware became smaller and more affordable and included graphical and easy to use interfaces, project management software became less expensive and more widely used. software Question 90 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question The, an international professional society for project managers founded in 1969, has continued to attract and retain members, reporting 277,221 members worldwide by August 31, PMI Project Management Institute Project Management Institute (PMI) Question 91 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question Because there are so many people working on projects in various industries, PMI has created Specific (SIGs) that enable members to share ideas about project management in their particular application areas, such as information systems. Interest Groups Question 92 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question, loosely defined, is a set of principles that guide our decision making based on personal values of what is right and wrong. Ethics Question 93 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question tools, a step up from low-end tools, are designed to handle larger projects, multiple users, and multiple projects. Midrange Question 94 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question is still the most widely used project management software today in the midrange tools category. Microsoft Project
10 Question 95 Fill in the Blank 0 points Modify Remove Question tools are generally licensed on a per-user basis. High-end Question 96 Essay 0 points Modify Remove Question Describe the triple constraint. What are the three components and what is the relationship between them? Every project is constrained in different ways by its scope, time, and cost goals. These limitations are sometimes referred to in project management as the triple constraint. To create a successful project, a project manager must consider scope, time, and cost and balance these three often-competing goals. He or she must consider the following: Scope: What work will be done as part of the project? What unique product, service, or result does the customer or sponsor expect from the project? How will the scope be verified? Time: How long should it take to complete the project? What is the project s schedule? How will the team track actual schedule performance? Who can approve changes to the schedule? Cost: What should it cost to complete the project? What is the project s budget? How will costs be tracked? Who can authorize changes to the budget? Managing the triple constraint involves making trade-offs between scope, time, and cost goals for a project. For example, you might need to increase the budget for a project to meet scope and time goals. Alternatively, you might have to reduce the scope of a project to meet time and cost goals. Experienced project managers know that you must decide which aspect of the triple constraint is most important. If time is most important, you must often change the initial scope and/or cost goals to meet the schedule. If scope goals are most important, you may need to adjust time and/or cost goals. Question 97 Essay 0 points Modify Remove Question List and describe each of the nine project management knowledge areas. Project scope management involves defining and managing all the work required to complete the project successfully. Project time management includes estimating how long it will take to complete the work, developing an acceptable project schedule, and ensuring timely completion of the project. Project cost management consists of preparing and managing the budget for the project. Project quality management ensures that the project will satisfy the stated or implied needs for which it was undertaken. Project human resource management is concerned with making effective use of the people involved with the project. Project communications management involves generating, collecting, disseminating, and storing project information. Project risk management includes identifying, analyzing, and responding to risks related to the project. Project procurement management involves acquiring or procuring goods and services for a project from outside the performing organization. Project integration management is an overarching function that affects and is affected by all of the other knowledge areas. Question 98 Essay 0 points Modify Remove Question What is the difference between leadership and management? How do these two terms relate to a project manager? Leadership and management are terms often used interchangeably, although there are differences. Generally, a leader focuses on long-term goals and big-picture objectives, while inspiring people to reach those goals. A manager often deals with the day-to-day details of meeting specific goals. Some people say that, Managers do things right, and leaders do the right things. Leaders determine the vision, and managers achieve the vision. You lead people and manage things. However, project managers often take on the role of both leader and manager. Good project managers know that people make or break projects, so they must set a good example to lead their team to success. They are aware of the greater needs of their stakeholders and organizations, so they are visionary in guiding their current projects and in suggesting future ones. As mentioned earlier, companies that excel in project management grow project leaders, emphasizing development of business and communication skills. Yet good project managers must also focus on getting the job done by paying attention to the details and daily operations of each task. Instead of thinking of leaders and managers as specific people, it is better to think of people as having leadership skills, such as being visionary and inspiring, and management skills, such as being organized and effective. Therefore, the best project managers have leadership and management characteristics; they are visionary yet focused on the bottom line. Above all else, good project managers focus on achieving positive results! Question 99 Essay 0 points Modify Remove Question Discuss the PMP certification. What are the advantages of obtaining PMP certification? Professional certification is an important factor in recognizing and ensuring quality in a profession. PMI provides certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) someone who has documented sufficient project experience and education, agreed to follow the PMI code of professional conduct, and demonstrated knowledge of the field of project management by passing a comprehensive examination. The number of people earning PMP certification continues to increase. In 1993, there were about 1,000 certified project management professionals. By August 2008, there were 295,413 active PMPs. Organizations that support PMP certification see the value of investing in programs to improve their employees knowledge in project management. Many employers today require specific certifications to ensure their workers have current skills, and job seekers find that they often have an advantage when they earn and maintain marketable certifications. Passing the PMP exam is becoming a standard for project managers. Some companies are requiring that all project managers be PMP certified. Project management certification is also enabling professionals in the field to share a common base of knowledge. For example, any person with PMP certification can list, describe, and use the nine project management knowledge areas. Sharing a common base of knowledge is important because it helps advance the theory and practice of project management. Question 100 Essay 0 points Modify Remove Question Discuss the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
11 PMI approved a new Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct effective January 1, This new code applies not only to PMPs, but to all PMI members and individuals who hold a PMI certification, apply for a PMI certification, or serve PMI in a volunteer capacity. It is vital for project management practitioners to conduct their work in an ethical manner. Even if you are not affiliated with PMI, these guidelines can help you conduct your work in an ethical manner, which helps the profession earn the confidence of the public, employers, employees, and all project stakeholders. The PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct includes short chapters addressing vision and applicability, responsibility, respect, fairness, and honestly.
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