The project manager is wrong. Both inspection and prevention are about keeping errors out of the hands of the customer. They are us in different contexts. The project manager is wrong. Both inspection and prevention are about keeping errors out of the process. They are used in different contexts. The project manager is correct. Prevention is about keeping errors out of the process whereas inspection is about keeping errors out of the han of the customer. The project manager is correct. Prevention is about keeping errors out of the process, whereas inspection is about keeping errors out of the hands of the customer. This is an important distinction, which the project management team needs to be aware of. [PMBOK 5th edition, Page 250] Question 22 of 50 Your organization had been awarded a contract to provide data security systems to one of the leading banks in your country. You have identified the right vendor for the supply of hardware and have awarded the hardware supply subcontract. Along with each delivery, the supplier will provide technical documentation relevant to the components of delivery. Which of the following process will accept and process this technical documentation? Conduct Procurements Control Procurements Control Scope Validate Scope Control Procurements
The Control Quality and the Control Procurements processes should process this technical documentation. The Control Quality will process it, as a deliverable, to assess the quality standards, while the Control Procurements will process it, as a part of work performance reports, to assess compliance to the contract. [PMBOK 5th edition, Pages 251, 382] Question 23 of 50 _______________ is the authorized budget for the work scheduled to be completed on an activity or WBS component up to a given point in time. The projected cost of all painting from a January 3 start to a February 15 milestone is an example of this. Planned Value Earned Value Midpoint cost Interim cost Planned Value Planned Value is the budgeted cost of the work scheduled to be completed on an activity or WBS component up to a given point in time. [PMBOK 5th Edition, Page 218] Question 24 of 50 A project manager is updating the project team on the new project management approach selected for the project. This new approach is the industry best practice. The project manager is also discussing the potential stakeholder impact of trying the new approach. The key stakeholders’ support and involvement are crucial for the success of the project. If the key stakeholders do not support trying the new approach, it will have to be abandoned. To reduce the probability of this risk, what must the project manager do?
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