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Unformatted text preview: LUTHER SETZER Your test grade is 90 percent The professor has configured this test to allow students to review: z Questions answered incorrectly. z Questions answered correctly. z Students answers. z Correct answers. Question 1 - True/False ID: 5297880 Correct Question: When supporters buy in to a project’s objectives, the project has the greatest chance that people will work their hardest to achieve the objectives. True False Question 2 - True/False ID: 5297895 Correct Question: A project manager who understands organizational structures and how projects fit within them is able to manage projects more efficiently and effectively. True False Question 3 - Multiple Choice ID: 5297884 Correct Question: A legal agreement for goods to be procured or services to be rendered from an external vendor or contractor is a Work order Contract Profile Request Question 4 - True/False ID: 5297867 Correct Question: A project manager who properly informs and communicates with their team members is likely to achieve success. True False Question 5 - True/False ID: 5297926 Correct Question: In Microsoft Project, documents that you use are referred to as project plans. True False Question 6 - True/False ID: 5297930 Correct Question: You cannot directly edit a summary task’s duration, start date, or other calculated values. True False Question 7 - Multiple Choice ID: 5297948 Correct Question: To which of the following can a resource calendar be applied? People resources Equipment resources Material resources Both A and B Question 8 - True/False ID: 5297885 Correct Question: Project management entails using systems and procedures to help people work together to achieve common goals. Question: Project management entails using systems and procedures to help people work together to achieve common goals....
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course BUS 5661 taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '10 term at FIT.
- Fall '10
- Project Management