Project initiation involves taking the actions

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15. Project initiation involves taking the actions necessary to ensure that activities in the project plan are completed. a. True b. False 16. The burndown chart is a Scrum created artifact that provides a list of features prioritized by business value. 17. A sprint review is a meeting in which the team demonstrates to the product owner what it has completed during the sprint. 18. The pre-initiation phase of a project using the Scrum method does not involve project charters, stakeholder management strategy, and kick-off meetings. 19. In the Scrum method, team members work as a self-directed group coached by the ScrumMaster. a. True b. False 20. The two main items for monitoring and controlling in the Scrum framework are the daily Scrum and the sprint retrospectives. Multiple Choice 1. _____ processes include defining and authorizing a project or project phase. a. Initiating b. Planning c. Executin g d. Monitoring and controlling Page 2
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2. _____ processes include devising and maintaining a workable scheme to ensure that the project addresses the organization’s needs. a. Initiating b. Planning c. Executin g d. Monitoring and controlling 3. Examples of _____ processes include acquiring and developing the project team, performing quality assurance, distributing information, managing stakeholder expectations, and conducting procurements. a. monitoring and controlling b. executing c. planning d. initiating 4. A common _____ process is reporting performance, where project stakeholders can identify any necessary changes that may be required to keep the project on track. a. executing b. closing c. monitoring and controlling d. planning 5. Administrative activities, such as archiving project files, closing out contracts, documenting lessons learned, and receiving formal acceptance of the delivered work as part of the phase or project, are often involved in _____ processes. a. monitoring and controlling b. executing c. initiating d. closing
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