The key criterion for selecting a good project manager is a a strong technical

The key criterion for selecting a good project

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10. The key criterion for selecting a good project manager is: a)a strong technical backgroundb)a good manager of peoplec)a good communicator with top management and clientsd)a closer, gets the job donee)Pays attention to detail 11. The initial project meeting is just to coordinate the project, so areas of responsibility do NOT need to be discussed. 12. The project plan should begin with a complete description of all agreements made with the client or any third party. 13. Which of the following is NOT an element of the project master plan?14. What is the primary purpose of creating a work breakdown structure? a)to draw the project plan as a chart or treeb)to make sure important tasks aren’t overlookedc)so that all team members can see what others are working ond)to assign budget numbers to taskse)to identify important precedence relationshipsPage 2of 6
15.Which of the following is used to show linkages between people and tasks? 16. Because project budgeting is for a special case and the organization’s budgeting process is for routine work, the project manager need NOT be familiar with the organization’s accounting system. 17. Budget cuts are usually disastrous to an exponential life-cycle project. 18. Which of the following is most closely associated with FMEA? a)risk priority numberb)game theoryc)expected valued)simulatione)program budgeting19. Which of the following is NOT a sub-process associated with risk management? 20. Which of the following is NOT true regarding top-down budgeting?

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