PMI-001 Q&A – Section 7: Human Resources Management (21-30)

Section 7: Human Resources Management QUESTION 21 While completing the Develop Human Resource Plan process on your project, you visited the functional manager of engineering many times, but she refused to supply resources for the project. First, the excuse was that her department was too busy. The next time, the department was undergoing reorganization. This…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 7: Human Resources Management (11-20)

Section 7: Human Resources Management QUESTION 11 A team member comes to you (the project manager) privately and informs you that an employee of your customer is making unwelcome advances. The team member has repeatedly requested that this person stop, but the advances continue. What is the BEST course of action? A. Privately confront the…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 6: Quality Management (121-123)

Section 6: Quality Management QUESTION 121 The widget production project is well underway. The requirements are clear that each widget must weigh between 0.320 and 0.325 ounces. The first day of test production resulted in 1247 widgets. Of the widgets inspected, 47 percent fell within the acceptable weight range. This is an example of: A….

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 6: Quality Management (101-110)

Section 6: Quality Management QUESTION 101 Seven nonrandom data points that are still within the upper and lower control limit of a control chart are: A. Specification limits. B. Out of control. C. In control. D. Gold plated. Answer: B Explanation: The key to this question is “nonrandom.” It is referring to the rule of…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 6: Quality Management (91-100)

Section 6: Quality Management QUESTION 91 A project manager is having problems with how two of the parts fit together on the new computer and the software uploads to the system. To plan a strategy for resolving these problems, it is BEST to determine if the problems are: A. Nonconforming. B. Statistically independent. C. Impacting…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 6: Quality Management (71-80)

Section 6: Quality Management QUESTION 71 The testing results for a new computer modulation project indicate a problem with the on-board computer’s sensors. The project manager calls a meeting with the team to analyze the problem. The project manager is involved in: A. Quality Management. B. Perform Quality Assurance. C. Plan Quality. D. Perform Quality…

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 6: Quality Management (51-60)

Section 6: Quality Management QUESTION 51 A new software development project is in progress and the project manager is working with the quality assurance department. They want to improve everyone’s confidence that the project will satisfy the quality standards. Which of the following MUST they have before they start this process? A. Completed checklists B….

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PMI-001 Q&A – Section 6: Quality Management (31-40)

Section 6: Quality Management QUESTION 31 A project manager is leading an effort to analyze waste and non-value-added activity on the project. One team member reports that two processes in use require work he believes is unnecessary. Another team member reports that a process is not well understood. The project manager must be leading which…

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