ch 3 - Chapter 3: Developing the Project Charter &...

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True/False 1. The project charter and project plan make up the project’s strategic plan. 2. The project management processes are initiating, planning, executing, evaluating and closing. 3. Contract closure ensures that all of the deliverables and agreed upon terms of the project have been completed and delivered. 4. PMBOK® views project integration management as one of the most important because it coordinates the other eight knowledge areas. 5. Any proposed changes that add value to the project should be approved and included. 6. Development of the project charter is the responsibility of the project sponsor. 7. The project charter serves as an agreement between the project sponsor and the project team. 8. Identifying the project stakeholders is an important element of the project charter. 9. A project’s scope is primarily a list of resources available to the project team. 10. The first step of the project-planning framework entails finalizing the definition and agreement on the project MOV. 11. The project scope must be defined before the project MOV can be developed. 12. Breaking a project down into phases increases the complexity and project risk.
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13 The existence of parallel tasks will likely lengthen the project schedule. 14. A kick-off meeting is often held to develop the project plan. 15. Work done in parallel will usually result in a savings of time and budget. 16. Once the project plan is complete the project manager should review it and the project sponsor and project team should make sure it is able to achieve the project MOV. 17. The kick-off meeting brings closure to the planning phase of the project. 18. PMBOK® defines scope as the product or services to be provided by the project and includes all of the project deliverables. 19. Project administration focuses on the controls that will support the project. 20. In general, the project plan and project charter should be developed together.
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Multiple Choice 1. The project's charter and project plan represents: a) a review of the business case. b)
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