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Chapter 4 / Exercise 2
Successful Project Management
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THE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY (IU) Course: Project Management Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Project Management Midterm Exam ISE2013 Index 11 INDEX 1 MIDTERMEXAMINATIONPROJECT MANAGEMENT Duration: 120 minutes Head of ISE Department Assoc Prof. Ho Thanh Phong Lecturer: Mr Nguyen Hoang Minh Student ID: Name: Date: March 20th, 2013 INSTRUCTIONS: 1.This is an open book examination. 2.Calculator and dictionary are allowed. Students takes 2 decimal digits in calculation 3.Laptop, mobile phone, discussion and material transfer are strictly prohibited 4.There are two parts in this exam. Students do Part 1 in the Question paper, Part II in the answer paper Total pages: 06 (including this page) PART I: MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS (40%) There is a total of 20 multiplechoice questions. Please circle the correct choice at each question number. Each question is worth for 2 pointswith a total of 40 points. 1.As a Project Manager, you are most likely to have the strongest influence in an organization which is: A.A balanced matrix B.A functional organization C.Projectized D.A strong matrix
2.Project stakeholders may include:
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THE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY (IU) Course: Project Management Department of Industrial Systems Engineering Project Management Midterm Exam ISE2013 Index 12 6. interested groups in society
3.The project’s existence is formally recognized, possibly for the first time, in the project’s:
4.The critical path can be defined as the longest track through a network. The computation of the network will determine that there are: A.Only one critical path B.One or more critical paths C.Always more than one critical path D.Always more than two critical paths
5.In a precedence diagram, the placement of the connecting lines to other activities is significant because the lines indicate: