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Course Number: CITP 0012, Fall 2009

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1. What three knowledge areas comprise the triple constraint of project management? (ITPM Chp 1 Page 5) ANSWER: scope, time, and cost 2. Name 5 of the 9 Knowledge areas in the Project Management Framework. (ITPM Chp 1 Page 8 Figure 1-2) ANSWER: Any of the following Management areas: Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resources, Communication, Risk and Procurement 3. What is a project? How is it different from what...

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