Your organization regularly uses a tool and technique of the Contract Closeout process to identify lessons learned, including the successes and failures, which will benefit future activity on this project and on future projects. Which tool and technique are they using?
Which performance measurement is the cost of work budgeted for an activity within a certain time frame?
You are a project manager for Snow Fun, a chain of retail shops specializing in winter sports gear and clothing. You’ve been working on contract with Snow Fun and are ready to move on to your next assignment. As the project manager, you know all of the following are true regarding the project Closing processes except:
You are a project manager for Cashiers Systems. Your company produces cashiering systems and software for the retail industry. Your customer has requested a change that will change the characteristics of the cashiering system. You’ve described the characteristics of the cashiering system using this tool and technique of the Integrated Change Control process:
The tools and techniques of Source Selection include all of the following except:
You are a project manager for Uncle Sam’s Flag Company. Your company has designed a new line of products featuring the American flag. Due to some unique circumstances, the products are in hot demand and the project sponsor has asked you to do whatever it takes to get this project completed early and make the products available. You regularly check the progress of the project with your team members using which of the following techniques?
What is the process in the Executing process group that determines if the project satisfies quality standards, identifies lessons learned, and reviews quality management activities to verify the correct quality elements are being examined?
You are a project manager for Safari Outfitters. Your company is going to offer a new product line in the upcoming spring catalog. Your project team has 10 months to secure contracts with suppliers, finalize the designs, get the product into the catalog, and stock the warehouse. This is an example of:
You are an international project manager from the United States living in a foreign country. The project you’re working on has lasted twoand- a-half years. During that time, you’ve really gotten to feel comfortable in the foreign country and have enjoyed living in their culture. The project has just ended, and you’ve returned to the United States. Upon your return, you’re surprised to find that you’re feeling a little disoriented as you’ve gotten so used to the foreign culture and its slower pace that you’ve forgotten what some things are like in the US. This experience is known as:
The lowest level of the WBS is called what?