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The three phases involved in the management of large projects are a. Scheduling, operating, and evaluating b. Planning, scheduling, and evaluating c. Scheduling, designing, and operating d. Planning, scheduling, and controlling Which of the following does NOT belong to the planning phase of project management? a. Monitoring resources b. Defining the project c. Team organizations d. Goal setting The project organization may be LESS helpful when a. The job is familiar to the existing organization b. The work contains complex interrelated tasks requiring specialized skills c. Work tasks can be defined with specific goal and deadline d. The project cuts across organizational lines Which of the following is the THIRD level in work breakdown structure (WBS)? a. Subtasks in major tasks b. Project c. Major tasks in the project d. Activities to be completed Gantt charts are a. Not easy to understand b. Planning charts used to schedule resources and allocate time c. Widely used network techniques d. Not widely used Which of the following is NOT part of project controlling? a. Shifting resources to where they are needed most b. Using a feedback loop to revise the project plan c. Close monitoring of resources, costs, quality, and budgets d. Sequencing and allotting time to all project activities
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The critical path of a network is the a. Longest time path through the network b. Path with the most activities c.
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