In the Design Structure Matrix a the rows correspond to tasks and the columns

In the design structure matrix a the rows correspond

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50. In the Design Structure Matrix a) the rows correspond to tasks and the columns correspond to resourcesb) both the rows and columns correspond to tasksc) the rows correspond to tasks and the columns correspond to functional departmentsd) the rows correspond to resources and the columns correspond to taskse) the rows correspond to resources and the columns correspond to functionaldepartmentsAnswer: b Response: See page 106 Level: medium 51.FMEA stands for Response: See page 98 Level: medium 52.Which of the following is most closely associated with FMEA?
Response: See pages 98 & 99 Level: medium 53.Which of the following is not a sub-process associated with risk management? Response: See pages 136 and 137 Level: medium Short Answer 54. What is the primary function of a project plan? Response: See pages 79 55. List 9 categories of information needed in a project master plan. Response: See pages 80-81 56. List some of the results of the project launch meeting. Response: See pages 86 57. Define Hierarchical Planning. Response: See pages 87
58. Explain the process of developing a WBS. Response: See pages 87 59.What are the key concepts behind mind mapping? Response: See pages 98 60. Why is it important to use participative management and empowered teams on aproject? Response: See pages 107 61. Explain how to construct the Design Structure Matrix. Response: See pages 105-107 62. What are some options for eliminating potential rework situations when they arediscovered with the Design Structure Matrix? Response: See page 106 63. What is interface coordination? Response: See page 104 64. What is integration management? Why is it important? Response: See page 104-105

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