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Quiz 3: Planning True/False 1. The plan lays out what needs to be accomplished but not how it is to be accomplished. ANSWER: F 2. It is important that the people who will be involved in performing the work are also involved in planning the work. ANSWER: T 3. The first step in the planning process is to define the project criteria. ANSWER: F 4. The objective must be clear, attainable, specific, and measurable. ANSWER: T 5. For a project, the objective is usually defined in terms of scope, packages, and cost. ANSWER: F 6. In the real world, project objectives are always be spelled out clearly at the beginning of a project. ANSWER: F 7. The WBB breaks a project down into manageable pieces, or items, to help ensure that all of the work elements needed to complete the project work scope are identified. ANSWER: F 8. The lowest-level item of any one branch of a WBS is called a work code. ANSWER: F 9. The WBS usually indicates the organization or individual responsible for each work item. ANSWER: T TB9–1
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10. Some responsibility matrices use an X to show who is responsible for each work item. ANSWER: T 11. An activity requires the expenditure of effort by people. ANSWER: F 12. The Gantt chart is sometimes called a bar chart. ANSWER: T 13. In a Gantt chart, activities are listed down the left-hand side, and the person responsible is shown along the bottom.
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