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© AXELOS Limited 2017.AXELOS® and PRINCE2® are registered trademarks of AXELOS Limited.The AXELOS swirl logo is a trademark of AXELOS Limited.Reproduction of this material requires the permission of AXELOS Limited.All rights reserved.EN_P2_FND_2009_SamplePaper3_Rationale_V1.1Page 14 of 1950CCH01020 -ChangeThemea) Incorrect. The Organization theme defines and establishes the project'sstructure of accountability and responsibilities. Ref 5.1b) Incorrect. The Progress theme establishes mechanisms to monitor andcompare actual achievements against those planned and provides a forecastfor the project's continued viability. Ref 10.1c) Correct. The Business Case theme drives decision-making throughout theproject and is used to assess if the project remains viable and benefits can berealized. Ref 4.1d) Incorrect. The Risk theme identifies, assesses and controls uncertaintiesabout the project. Ref 8.151DCH01020 -ChangeThemea) Incorrect. Configuration management can vary, but typically comprises fivecore activities: Planning, Identification, Control, Status Accounting andVerification and Audit. Ref 9.3.2. Typically risks are assessed. Ref 8.3.5b) Incorrect. Configuration management can vary, but typically comprises fivecore activities: Planning, Identification, Control, Status Accounting andVerification and Audit. Ref 9.3.2. Typically risks are communicated. Ref8.3.5AnswerC is Incorrect. Configuration management can vary, but typically comprisesfive core activities: Planning, Identification, Control, Status Accounting andVerification and Audit. Ref 9.3.2. Quality control focuses on techniques to fulfilthe requirements for quality (for example, by quality inspections or testing).Ref 6.2.5d) Correct. Configuration management can vary, but typically comprises fivecore activities: Planning, Identification, Control, Status Accounting andVerification and Audit. Ref 9.3.252BCP02010 -Closing aProjectProcessa) Incorrect. The Closing a Project process is performed within the final stageof the project. The notification to the Project Board that the final (or any) stageis about to start comes from the Managing a Stage Boundary process. Ref17.3b) Correct. This is a purpose of the Closing a Project process. Ref 18.1c) Incorrect. This is a purpose of the Managing a Stage Boundary process.Ref 17.1d) Incorrect. This is done in the Initiating a Project process as part of definingthe Configuration Management Strategy. Ref 14.2 / 14.4.253BRK02040 -Risk Themea) Incorrect. The impact of each risk is measured in terms of the projectobjectives. The impact identifies what the outcome would be if the risk occurs.Ref 8.3.5.2b) Correct. Proximity is the point in time, or within the project, when the risksmight materialize. Ref 8.3.5.2c) Incorrect. The likelihood of the risk occurring - is it highly likely or not verylikely. Ref 8.3.5.2d) Incorrect. This activity assesses the net effect of all the identified risks on aproject when aggregated together. Ref 8.3.5.2
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