A pure project organization is usually too expensive for the management of

A pure project organization is usually too expensive

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14. A pure project organization is usually too expensive for the management of smallprojects. Response: See page 59 Level: medium
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15. An advantage of pure project organization is its great depth of technical knowledge. Response: See page 50 Level: medium 16. Cross divisional project communication is enhanced when a project is organized in a functional project organization. Response: See page 60 Level: medium 17. Functional project organizations have higher personnel costs than pure project organizations. Response: See page 51 Level: medium 18. Functionally organized projects are not seen as a high priority by functional managers. Response: See page 51 Level: medium 19. It is common to have more than one boss in a matrix organization. Response: See page 61 Level: easy
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20. Project team members are often faced with conflicting orders in a matrix organization. Response: See page 54 Level: medium 21. Intrateam conflicts are minimal in a matrix organization. Response: See page 54 Level: medium 22.Since the PM has position power there is no need for them to have credibility Response: See page 53 Level: easy 23. Political savvy is not only an important characteristic of a project manager but is also important for project team members. Response: See page 66 Level: easy 24. It is more important for project team members to focus on their specific project activities than on the project’s overall results. Response: See page 67 Level: medium
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25. Morale of the project team is a key responsibility of the project manager. Response: See page 671 Level: medium 26. Project team conflict stifles team creativity. Response: See page 70 Level: medium 27. Project “war rooms” discourage team cooperation, morale and communications. Response: See page 68 Level: medium 28. Matrix, pure project, and functional project organizations may exist in the same company. Response: See page 63 Level: medium 29. When making trade-offs on a project, the project manager needs to be aware that profit for the firm is always the most important of the project’s goals. Response: See page 51 Level: medium
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