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#1. You are managing a software development project. Your company wants to see frequent deliverables in short periods since the project is large, and it will take a long time to complete the project. There are a few dependencies between the features of the project activities. Which of the following scheduling techniques would you use in this case?
Answer option d. “Iterative scheduling with a backlog” (Answer option d.) is often used to deliver incremental value to the customer or when multiple teams can concurrently develop a large number of features that have few interconnected dependencies.
#2. Your company decided to suspend some of the low-priority projects due to the financial crisis. The suspension period will continue for at least six months. Your project is also one of the projects that will be suspended. However, you cannot suspend the project since it will be considered as failed if you cannot complete it on time. You explained the situation to the senior management, and they advised you to terminate the project. What should you do next?
Answer option d. “Document the reasons for termination” (Answer option a.), “Release project resources” (Answer option c.) and “Handover the completed and incomplete deliverables” (Answer option d.) are all activities required for this situation. The best answer is “All of the above” (Answer option d.)
#3. A conflict between the two project team members was reported to you. After a brief investigation, you concluded that one of them is approaching matters personally due to the recent death of his father. You approached this individual by sympathizing with his issue and persuaded him to take a short vacation. You advised him to resolve the conflict with his colleague when he is back from vacation. This is an example of _____ .
Answer option d. “Emotional intelligence” (Answer option a.) was used through understanding the personal emotions and appreciating them. “Conflict resolution” (Answer option b.) was also used through investigating the root cause and taking the proper action to solve it. “Active listening” (Answer option c.) there is no mention of the use of active listening. The best answer is “Both A and B” (Answer option d.)
#4. Suzy is a project manager working on identifying her project’s stakeholders. Her company has a strong PMO knowledge base. She requested from PMO to provide her a stakeholder register template that she can use in her project. Stakeholder register template is part of _______ .
Answer option b. “Organizational process assets” contains all project document templates including Stakeholder register templates.
#5. Julia is working as a Project Manager at the IT department of Capital Safe Bank. The customer support team of the bank analyzed that 80% of the calls coming from the clients are similar and can be answered via automation. Michael, Chief Operations Officer (COO) of the bank initiated an Artificial Intelligence (AI) project and Julia has been assigned as a Project Manager. After the project team has been acquired, Julia noticed that software developers have adequate programming skills, however, no one has AI experience. Julia organized AI training from a training provider. Before the training, Julia ran a pre-training assessment to take a baseline of the skills in the team. What should Julia do after the training?
Answer option b. Training assessments can be performed by pre- and post-training assessments. Baselining involves providing a pre-assessment to measure pre-existing skills, then a post-training assessment to demonstrate the new levels of competence.
#6. You are experiencing a major issue in your construction project due to late material delivery. Although you have already accounted for the risk for this situation during the project planning, an unpredictable factor caused the issue. What are the correct steps you would take?
Answer option b. “Define the problem, Identify root-cause, Generate solutions, Implementing the solution and Verifying solution effectiveness” is the only answer in the correct order.
#7. Jason is working at Meat King, a fast-food company. After several complaints about the drive-thru process, Meat King initiated a project for process improvement. Jason completed the project and the following are the tracked benefits after project completion. Which of the following is an intangible benefit?
Answer option C. Tangible benefits are monetary or financial benefits that a project can bring to an organization. Intangible benefits are non-monetary benefits that a project can bring to an organization (e.g. brand image, customer satisfaction, etc.). An increase in brand perception is an intangible benefit.
#8. ICT Consultancy Co. just signed a contract with a company in Germany to deliver international network connectivity services. Due to the EU regulations, the ICT project manager has to communicate with German government representatives to ensure project delivery. Which of the following communication methods is most suitable for this case?
Answer option a. “Official” communication method is most suitable since the project manager will be communicating to regulators or government bodies.
#9. Due to the massive number of project stakeholders and the frequent changes in stakeholders’ community, you are facing a complexity issue with stakeholder management. Which of the following techniques can help you to facilitate this situation?
Answer option b. “Prioritization” (Answer option b.) is necessary for projects with a large number of stakeholders, where the membership of the stakeholder community is changing frequently.
#10. David is working at CreaPro, which is a Creative Agency developing digital marketing creatives for companies. David has been assigned to a new client, and he will be managing a team to produce creatives for the client. After initial meetings with the client, David understood that the client will require refining work items and deliver frequently. Which life cycle will be more appropriate for this project?
Answer option d. Predictive life cycle: A more traditional approach, with the bulk of planning occurring upfront, then executing in a single pass; a sequential process. Iterative life cycle: An approach that allows feedback for unfinished work to improve and modify that work. Incremental life cycle: An approach that provides finished deliverables that the customer may be able to use immediately. Agile life cycle: An approach that is both iterative and incremental to refine work items and deliver frequently.
#11. A project manager is assessing the possibility of maintaining the efficiency to compensate for the budget gap. The following is the available data: AC=$60K, EV=$65K, BAC=$250K. How likely can he complete the project on the planned budget?
Answer option c. “Easier to complete”.
“To calculate the efficiency rate required to compensate the budget gap” means to calculate TCPI for BAC. Accordingly, TCPI = (BAC – EV)/ (BAC – AC) = 185/ 190= 0.97. If TCPI is less than 1, it means, it is easier to complete the project on budget.
#12. The project manager asked the quality team to find the main reason behind the reoccurring bugs in the software program that the project team is developing. Which technique would the quality team use?
Answer option d. “Root cause analysis” is an analytical technique used to determine the basic underlying reason that causes a variance, defect, or risk. A root cause may underlie more than one variance, defect or risk.
#13. During the monthly project meeting, one of the key stakeholders complained that his previous concern was not resolved since the last meeting. In order to track the mentioned concern, which of the following documents would you review?
Answer option c. “Issue log” contains records of all project issues.
#14. You are about to complete your project. You are preparing a presentation to summarize the project’s performance and gather evidence on how the project met its completion criteria. You are preparing __________ of the project.
Answer option b. “Final report” provides a summary of the project performance.
#15. Sue is working as a Scrum Master in a Scrum Team. There are five developers in the team. Rick is one of the developers in the team and Sue noticed that Rick is applying a different approach to complete Sprint tasks faster. Which one is the best course of action to do for Sue?
Answer option C. The Sprint Retrospective is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to inspect itself and create a plan for improvements for the next Sprint. The goal of this activity is to inspect-and-adapt the process. First, the team goes over what they have done well. Then, they focus on what they did wrong or slow or how they could have done it better. Based on the discussions, improvement areas and actions are planned for the next Sprints.
#16. Which of the following organizational process assets does not influence the Conduct Procurements Process?
Answer option d. “Financial Policies and procedures regarding invoicing and payment processes” (Answer option a.), “Organizational policies that influence the selection of a seller” (Answer option b.) and “List of preferred sellers that have been prequalified” (Answer option c.) are organizational process assets that can influence the Conduct Procurements process. The best answer is “Contract management systems” (Answer option d.).
#17. Sam is managing an important customer project. Due to the previous bad experience of the customer in similar projects, Sam is intending to ensure that he provides an accurate schedule. Accordingly, he started to obtain information about staff availability, skills, and physical resource availability. Staff availability, skills, and physical resource availability is part of _______.
Answer option c. “Enterprise environmental factors” include team resource availability, skills, and physical resource availability.
#18. While performing the collect requirements process, the project team was voting which requirements to include. To make a decision, all of the team must agree on a course of action. Which voting method are they using?
Answer option D.“Unanimity “(answer option a.) A decision is reached whereby everyone agrees on a single course of action, and “Fist to five” (answer option c.) a decision is reached when the team achieves consensus. The best course of action is to “Both A and C”(option d.).
#19. The PMI Talent Triangle focuses on three key skill sets of a project management professional. These are Technical project management, Leadership and _____ .
Answer option b. “Strategic and Business management” (Answer option b.) is the third set of skills that the PMI talent triangle focuses on.
#20. Emily is the project manager of a big construction project. She wanted to determine the activity duration of redecoration of the main hall project activity. Emily asked the project team leader, who is responsible for this activity, about his estimates. He told that the main hall redecoration activity can be completed most likely in 12 days. If everything goes smoothly, they can complete it in 10 days, and in case of unexpected issues, the activity will take at most 20 days. Emily uses the three-point estimation (triangular) for activity durations. What will be the activity duration estimate for the redecoration of the main hall?
Answer option a. “14”. According to three-point estimation (triangular) technique activity duration = (O M P)/3= (10 12 20)/3=14 days. If Emily would be using beta distribution, the activity duration estimate would be (O 4*M P)/6= (10 4*12 20)/6=13 days.
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