PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (151-156)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 151 A project may end for all of the following reasons EXCEPT: A. It is determined that the objectives cannot be met. B. The project objectives have been met. C. The need for the project no longer exists. D. The project manager has left the company.

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (131-140)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 131 Which of the following BEST describes the role of the project management office (PMO)? A. They supply project managers for projects. B. They are part of the change control board. C. They provide the project management procedures. D. Their role can vary from an advisory capacity to…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (121-130)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 121 Progressive elaboration means: A. Implementation of the project must progress strictly according to the initial project management plan. B. Project processes are iterated as more information is uncovered throughout the project life cycle. C. Project management plans must be elaborate in order to be effective. D. Distinct…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (111-120)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 111 All of the following are actions a project manager should do. However, which of the following could have the biggest impact on a project? A. Reevaluate the project’s business case when a severe problem occurs. B. Recommend updates to the project management plan. C. Recalculate how long…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (101-110)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 101 A project manager gets a call from a team member notifying him that there is a variance between the speed of a system on the project and the desired or planned speed. The project manager is surprised because that performance measurement was not identified in planning. If…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (91-100)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 91 A person you are working with has just passed the PMP exam. You are familiar with her experience, and you know she does not meet PMI’s experience requirement for taking the PMP exam. What is the BEST thing to do? A. Contact your manager. B. Ask the…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (81-90)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 81 An advisor to a new project manager tells the project manager to create lessons learned at the end of a project. What does a lessons learned include? A. Variances and their causes B. Reports from the customer C. Reports from management D. All the plans used in…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (71-80)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 71 Being told to complete the project in three months using only four resources is an example of: A. Constraints. B. Earned value analysis components. C. Benefit cost ratios. D. Law of diminishing returns. Answer: A Explanation: Limits on what options you have to complete the project are…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (51-60)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 51 There are over 30 stakeholders on your project. The project is being done in another country with people from three countries as team members. Which of the following is the MOST important thing to keep in mind? A. The communication channels will be narrow. B. Many competing…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 1: Framework and PM Processes (41-50)

Section 1: Framework and PM Processes QUESTION 41 During project executing, a project manager from the information systems department is trying to complete the project, yet is constantly faced with interference from the manager of the engineering department. The engineering department keeps changing the resources assigned to the project team and their availability. What type…

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