PMP 08 – (Quiz) Monitor and Control Project Scope

Project document updates are a component of all Scope sub processes
except .
a. Collect requirements
b. Define scope
c. Create WBS
d. Scope control
A
Work Breakdown Structure outputs include all but .
a. WBS
b. Scope definition
c. Scope baseline
d. WBS Dictionary
B
The project management plan process provides detailed information
for the project scope.
a. True
b. False
A
Scope management processes include all of the following except?
a. Collect requirements
b. Create WBS
c. Control scope
d. Develop project management plan
D
Risk assessment types include ____ and quantitative assessment.
a. Statistical
b. Variable
c. Qualitative
d. Hierarchical
C
In the ___ process group, project network diagrams
are constructed.
a. Initiate
b. Planning
c. Defining
d. Closing
B
When project work is initiated, Monitoring and Controlling process
activities begin.
a. True
b. False
A
Assumptions and risks are detailed during the Initiation Process.
a. True
b. False
A
Formal Stakeholder acceptance is the product of .
a. Validating Scope
b. Controlling Scope
c. Reducing Scope
d. Optimizing Scope
A
Activities that take place during the Monitoring/Controlling
phase include:
a. Comparing project actuals against pre-determined
milestones
b. Developing the Charter
c. Producing the project management plan
d. Defining the Statement of Work
A
When project work is initiated, Monitoring and Controlling process
activities begin.
a. True
b. False
A
Another word for a project document is artifact.
a. True
b. False
A
Work Performance Measurements is a ___ to the Control
Scope process.
a. Input
b. Output
c. External variable
d. Deliverable
B
Information about a projects progress is covered by a control scope input known as__ .
a. Scope baseline
b. Work Performance Information
c. Requirements documentation
d. Organizational process assets
B
Change requests that are typically made in regard to .
a. Corrective action plans
b. Preventive action plans
c. Defect repairs
A,B,C
Organizational process assets updates include .
a. Causes for Variances
b. Corrective action plans
c. Lessons learned
A,B,C
Existing formal and informal scope policies, procedures, guidelines
along with monitoring and reporting methods are known as?
a. Knowledge areas
b. Process groups
c. Organizational Process Assets
d. Enterprise Environmental Assets
C,D
The project management plan contributes what information that is
used to control scope?
a. Scope baseline
b. Scope management plan
c. Change management plan
d. Figuration management plan
A,B,C,D
The Scope Management knowledge area process inputs include?
a. Plan Scope, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, Create WBS
b. Define Scope, Validate Scope, Expert Judgment
c. Validate Scope, Progressive Elaboration, Update Project
Management Plan
d. Scope validation, Collect Requirements, Scope Control,
Create WBS
A
In the process group, project network diagrams
are constructed.
a. Initiate
b. Planning
c. Defining
d. Closing
A
Well-managed project documents, along with processes and procedures
to control them contribute to .
a. Creating a knowledgebase of historical information and
lessons learned
b. Ensuring the project team has timely and
accurate information
c. Auditable artifacts that represent the efforts of a project
A,B,C
Version Control and helps the project manager incorporate
changes into project documentation. The benefit of version control
is .
a. It specifies who provided updates and has a date and time
sequence to the changes made.
b. It automatically updates the project plan.
c. It insures unnecessary information is not added to a
project plan.
d. It directly drives project deliverables.
A
Variance Analysis links requirements back to their origin and tracks them throughout the life cycles of a project.
a. True
b. False
B
Validated deliverables are those deliverables that .
a. Meet the requirements set forth in the project plan
b. Have been checked for correctness by the Perform Quality
Control Process
c. Have all activities within the work package completed
A,B,C
The Requirements Traceability Matrix .
a. Links requirements to their point of origin and tracks them
throughout the project
b. Traces stakeholder requirements back to the
respective stakeholder
c. Traces vendor requirements that pertain to the project
d. Links the project charter to specific project requirements
A
How does scope validation differ from quality control?
a. Scope validation is concerned with correctness of
the deliverable
b. Scope validation is concerned with quality requirements of the deliverable
c. Scope validation is concerned with the acceptance of the deliverable
d. Scope validation is concerned with the cost of
the deliverable
C
Project activities, once identified, initiates the development of
a .
a. Communications Plan
b. Project Charter
c. Statement of Work
d. Work Breakdown Structure
D
Validated deliverables is an input to which of the
following processes?
a. Collect Requirements
b. Define Scope
c. Create WBS
d. Validate Scope
D
Assumptions and risks are detailed during the Initiation Process.
a. True
b. False
A
Formal Stakeholder acceptance is the product of .
a. Validating Scope
b. Controlling Scope
c. Reducing Scope
d. Optimizing Scope
A
Activities that take place during the Monitoring/Controlling
phase include:
a. Comparing project actuals against pre-determined
milestones
b. Developing the Charter
c. Producing the project management plan
d. Defining the Statement of Work
A
Collaboration tools such as Microsoft SharePoint permit a project
team to .
a. Share a single version of a document
b. Broadcast multiple copies of a project plan to stakeholders
c. Manage Vendor Activities
d. Manage Stakeholder Expectations
A
After project activities are identified, estimates for durations
take place.
a. True
b. False
A
The project’s goal is established in the Initiation Phase of a project.
a. True
b. False
A
To ensure a client’s needs are incorporated into a project, they
should ensure:
a. The business value is greater than the costs of the project
b. The business value and risk are clearly articulated to illustrate
the overall benefit
c. The sponsor has the ability to approve the project
d. The project team is available
B
Documented details pertaining to project management decisions to proceed or terminate a project are typically the result of __.
a. Communications Planning
b. Scope validation
c. Scope Definition
d. Scope Control
B
Risk assessment types include and quantitative assessment.
a. Statistical
b. Variable
c. Qualitative
d. Hierarchical
C
During the Closing phase, the following step takes place:
a. Perform a Post Implementation Audit
b. Review Lessons Learned
c. Obtain Client Acceptance
B
Project activities are detailed within the project’s .
a. Communications Plan
b. Risk Management Plan
c. Work Packages
d. Resource Plan
C
Planning can have a negative impact on project costs.
a. True
b. False
A
Resource requirements are identified within the Planning
Process Group.
a. True
b. False
A
Control Scope processes are used for: .
a. Define Scope Activities
b. Verifying Scope Activities
c. Validating Work Details
d. Work Performance Measurements
D
Network diagrams are used to illustrate dependency relationships
between activities.
a. True
b. False
A
The Scope Management knowledge area process inputs include?
a. Plan Scope, Collect Requirements, Define Scope, Create WBS
b. Define Scope, Validate Scope, Expert Judgment
c. Validate Scope, Progressive Elaboration, Update Project
Management Plan
d. Scope validation, Collect Requirements, Scope Control,
Create WBS
A
Work Performance Measurements is a to the Control
Scope process.
a. Input
b. Output
c. External variable
d. Deliverable
B
Organizational process assets updates include .
a. Causes for Variances
b. Corrective action plans
c. Lessons learned
A,B,C
Scope Validation takes place within the process group.
a. Initiating
b. Planning
c. Monitoring & Control
d. Closing
C
Project documentation should be managed and organized by the process
and the level of work performed. This will ensure that the project
team will have easy access to artifacts in the event of a project audit.
The types of audits that a project manager and team may experience
are .
a. Internal audits
b. External audits
c. Peer audits
d. Self-assessments
A,B,C,D
A good rule for a project manager to follow is that any time a project
document update needs to be done, .
a. The author of that update needs to ensure that a version
change is recorded
b. A log or ledger entry is made advising of the date/time of
the update
c. The document itself is revised and that revision is
communicated to the project team
A, B, C
Project document updates that take place as a result of the validate
scope process will include documents that define the product or
provide status on the product’s completion.
a. True
b. False
A
Change requests are processed for review and execution
through .
a. The work breakdown structure
b. The planning process
c. The perform integrated change control process
d. The project plan
C
Accepted Deliverables, Change Requests and Project Document
Updates are .
a. Inputs to Validate Scope
b. Outputs of WBS
c. Tools and Techniques
d. Outputs of Validate Scope
D
Which document shows how features and deliverables directly
correspond to business needs and requirements of the project?
a. Requirements Traceability Matrix
b. Statement of Work
c. Project Charter
d. The Risk Register
A
An important process to complete during Closing is?
a. Updated the Communications Plan
b. Conduct a post-implementation audit
c. Seek another project from the sponsor
d. Identify resources to support the project going forward
B
Planning has no effect on risk.
a. True
b. False
B