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14-2 - associated with project auditing 14-R4 What are the...

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CIS 550 / Week 11 Chapter 14 Review Questions and Exercise 14-R3 Why is it difficult to perform a truly independent, objective audit? It is difficult to perform a truly independent, objective audit because the very nature of auditing makes it predisposed to bias. In many cases, those performing the audit have prior knowledge of the project which may color their recommendations. Internal politics may affect decisions regarding project closure. Making audits standard procedure for all projects in the organization can reduce the negative stigma
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Unformatted text preview: associated with project auditing. 14-R4 What are the fine major activities for closing a project? The five major activities for closing a project are as follows: 1. Getting delivery acceptance from the customer. 2. Shutting down resources and releasing to new uses. 3. Reassigning project team members. 4. Closing accounts and seeing all bills are paid. 5. Evaluating the project team, project team members, and the project manager....
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