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Practice Quiz3 - Practice Quiz 3 Time Management(Chapter 6...

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Practice Quiz 3: Time Management (Chapter 6) True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false. ____ 1. Many information technology projects are failures in terms of meeting scope, time, and cost projections. ____ 2. Individual work styles and cultural differences may cause schedule conflicts. ____ 3. Most managers are unfamiliar with the various forms of scheduling. ____ 4. It only takes one activity to complete a milestone. ____ 5. Even though the delivery of the new hardware may not be in the scope of the project, you should add an ex- ternal dependency to it. ____ 6. It is not necessary to complete all of the activities on the network diagram in order for the project to finish. ____ 7. Start-to-finish relationships are the most common type of relationships. ____ 8. Duration only includes the actual amount of time worked on an activity. ____ 9. A Tracking Gantt chart is based on the percentage of work completed for project tasks or the actual start and finish dates. ____ 10. The critical path always includes the most critical activities. ____ 11. Fast tracking can end up lengthening the project schedule. ____ 12. Many projects, especially in information technology, have very unrealistic schedule expectations. Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 13. The ____ provide(s) schedule-related information about each activity, such as predecessors, successors, logic- al relationships, leads and lags, resource requirements, constraints, imposed dates, and assumptions related to the activity.
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