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1

What are the 2 outputs of the Plan Scope Management process?

1. Scope management plan
2. Requirements management plan

2

What is a project considered successful?

When it meets stakeholders' expectations

3

The project plan is the basis on which project work will be done and measure. True or False?

True

4

What does scope creep not add to a project?

Value

5

How does the PMBOK - 5th Edition define verification?

The evaluation of whether or not a product, services, or system complies with a regulation, requirement, specification, or imposed condition. It is often an internal process. Contrast with validation.

6

What are 2 tools and techniques of the Create WBS process?

1. Decomposition
2. Expert judgment

7

What does proper scope management mean?

That the required work, and only the required work, is being done.

8

What is the lowest level that a project manager manages the project to?

Work package level

9

What can a work authorization system help to prevent?

Scope creep

10

Typically, what is the product scope detailed, managed, and measured against?

Product requirements

11

What do you call providing customers with extra not originally included in the project charter or project plan in an effort to exceed their expectations?

Scope creep

12

What are the 5 inputs of the Control Scope process?

1. Project management plan
2. Requirements documentation
3. Requirements traceability matrix
4. Work performance data
5. Organizational process assets

13

What are the 5 inputs of the Validate Scope process?

1. Project management plan
2. Requirements documentation
3. Requirements traceability matrix
4. Verified deliverables
5. Work performance data

14

Which type of plan should address scope creep and performing work not included in the project charter?

A comprehensive scope management plan

15

What are 3 responsibilities of the project initiator or sponsor?

1. Providing financial resources for project
2. Formally accepting the product of the project
3. Protecting the project from changing priorities or political changes.

16

When is a project complete?

When formal acceptance is received.

17

How do you define project scope?

The work performance to deliver the product, service, or result with the specified features or functions.