10.A project scope document is: A. a document that outlines the project's strategy, the responsibilities ofproject team members, and the assessment measures that will determine the rate of successB. a one-paragraph statement about the scope of the proposed projectC. a detailed document identifying the goals, scope and strategy for theproposed projectD. a document that identifies the parameters or boundaries of the proposed system and how it fits into existing systems 11.Which of the following occurs when the scope of the project increases beyond its original intentions?
12.Which of the following occurs when developers and end users add extrafeatures that were not part of the initial requirements? 13.What document defines the what, when, and who questions of systems development including all activities to be performed, the individuals, or resources, who will perform the activities, and the time required to complete each activity? 14._____ defines and develops the project plan, and tracks the plan to ensure that all key project milestones are completed on time. A. End userB. Project managerC. Project executiveD. IT Administrator
15._____ represent key dates by which you need a certain group of activities performed. 16.Which phase in the SDLC involves end users and IT specialist working together to gather, understand, and document the business requirements for the proposed system? 17.Business requirements are:
18."The proposed information system must connect 25,000 employees, working in five satellite sites of Europe, U.S., and Africa" is an example of a(n) ____. A. company missionB. milestoneC. feature creepD. business requirement
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