Module 4 Quiz >> Initiating and Planning Projects
1. One of the ways a Project Charter can help you as a project manager is:
- It helps you hire team members.
- It does not help you as a project manager because it is for the sponsor.
- It keeps your authority level vague, so you can do what you want.
- It describes your authority level as the project manager.
2. The Scope Management section of your project plan document would include information on:
- What type of scheduling software to use.
- How to ask for more money for the project.
- Who can suggest changes to the project.
- How risks are to be managed.
3. True or False: An important part of the project scope statement is exclusions or out of scope items.
4. As you plan your project, you do so thinking that all team members will be assigned to your project for at least 50% of their available time. This is an example of:
- Poor planning.
- A project demand.
- An assumption.
- Wishful thinking.
5. True or False: The WBS should completely depict the scope of your project that if something is not in the WBS it is because it is NOT part of the project.
6. The 8-80 rule refers to:
- Work packages should be between 8 and 80 hours of effort.
- Work packages over 80 hours should be split between multiple resources.
- Never allow your team to work more than 8 hours per day or 80 hours during a 10-day work period.
- Work packages should NOT be between 8 and 80 hours of effort.
7. Project scope differs from product scope in that:
- Project scope is the work that needs to be accomplished to deliver a product, service, or result.
- Project scope completion is measured against the features, functions, and product requirements.
- Product scope completion is measured against the project management plan including all subsidiary plans.
8. True or False. The Project Charter is a document issued by the project initiator or sponsor that formally authorizes the existence of a project. It provides the project manager with the authority to apply organizational resources to project activities.
9. The Project Scope Statement should include the following:
- Project exclusions, project constraints, project plan.
- Project deliverables, project constraints, project assumptions.
- Project deliverables, project constraints, project team members.
- Project exclusions, project charter, project assumptions.
10. True or False: A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is a deliverable-oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be executed by the project team.