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Question 29CorrectYou are the project manager on a restaurant POS system project for Hamburger PrinceRestaurants. You are fortunate in having the top technical architect in the company onyour project. In your monthly meeting with the CEO, you are informed that the architectwill be reassigned to a higher priority enterprise reporting system project. You inform theCEO that the resource's involvement on your project is critical to the project's success,but the CEO will not reconsider. What is the best action to take next?1.00 points out of1.00Select one:a. Change the scope of the project to accommodate for the loss of the resourceb. Evaluate the impact of the person's absence on the project and communicate tosenior management c. Continue to lobby for the person to be returned to your projectd. Continue as the original plan, but without the resourceLetting senior management know the impact of not having the resource on the project isthe best action to take next. You don’t change the scope of the project because that isn’tthe call of the project manager. If you encounter a significant change such as the loss of aresource, you are expected to revise the plan to accommodate the change. [CrosswindManual 13.1.2; No PMBOK® Guide Reference]The correct answer is: Evaluate the impact of the person's absence on the project andcommunicate to senior management
/Question 30CorrectYour company is doing market analysis to see about creating a next generationthermostat that will increase the efficiency of home energy use and can be controlled by asmartphone. While the company is evaluating the market potential for this product anddetermining its target audience, which of the following stakeholder groups will they likelyengage?1.00 points out of1.00The correct answer is: End users